The Earth was designed as per the Theory of Pluralism: Pluriverse.
The end results of the design are controversial.
It may well be that humanity has never witnessed and starred in such rapid transformation, development and progress in all its history. The struggle against nature has evolved into a fight against oneself and with each other. The questions, the inquiries and the issues have transformed.
Now we talk about totally different things. Not just only about technology, industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, new professions or new planets... But about our extinguishing free will. And in fact, about whether we even ever had free will. About reality and new realities. In the end, everything is data. And it is possible to calculate the process of smart data.
Pluriverse is a story that observes innovations throughout the history of humans. The character of the story delivers this process in a cause and effect situation. And eventually, questions reality as a non-human entity.
Completed in 28 days, Pluriverse was displayed during the opening of Technology Summit and
the 6 minute story was told using real time motion capture technology.
Direction, Animation, Design: BİŞEYLER New Media Works
Directors: B. Ece Okuyucu, Gökhan Okuyucu
Creative Director: Tiber Ergür
Project Director: Alican Yılmaz
Digital art of Aykut Aydogdu has been on our radars since last year. But little did we mentioned his obsession with Space or Planets that he puts eventually in every fifth of his works. Planets of Love that what we call the small selection of his works below
"Turkish art director and visual artist Hüseyin Şahin has an uncanny eye for combining disparate photographs into cohesive scenes, where technology, nature, and humankind collide. Sahin works with a variety of digital photographs which he then edits into collages that he shares on Instagram and Behance"
"Some weeks ago, we saw Nike release a number of local-market spots for women, in what we suspected was a push to convey a larger, global message..
Just in time for International Women’s Day, Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam—which created them—had the Russia, Middle East and Turkey ads subtitled in English. The agency also revealed they are indeed part of bigger campaign, with the tagline, “Believe in More.
They also coincide with news that Nike is launching a Pro Hijab line for veiled Muslim women, which goes on sale in spring 2018.”
Russia: “What Are Girls Made Of?”
The Middle East: “What Will They Say About You?”
Turkey: “This Is Us”
Instabul-based photographer and digital artis Şakir Yıldırım creates mind-bending photo-manipulated projects for no reason but art. We personally love his latest glitchy works from "Crawler Series" posted below
"In this brief video, artist Garip Ay creates an interpretation of Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ painting using a paper marbling technique—or more specifically the Turkish method called ebru. Marbling involves the careful process of floating colors on the surface of water or a slightly more viscous solution called size, before transferring the design or pattern to a special sheet of paper in a dramatic flourish." via Colossal
Our friend Louise Mertens set and art direction for Orta Anadolu Autumn-Winter 2017/2018 collection
Creative + Art Direction: Louise Mertens
Video + Montage: Vlad Solovov - SOLOVOV.be
Video Assistant: Thomas Vercauteren
Styling: Layna Isle Vancauteren
Make-Up & Hair: Laura Noben
Models: Angela (Future Faces Models) - Alexandru (Flag Models)
"Los Angeles based Turkish artist Refik Anadol wants us to slow down and make technology into something we consciously see and feel..His most recent installation, titled the “Infinity Room” at Zorlu Performing Art Center in Turkey, is a trippy, black and white installation that uses audio and visual stimulation to alter one’s sense of the room. For this, he installed a cinema screen, onto which 3D kinetic animation based on algorithms was projected. It is part of his ongoing project titled, “Temporary Immersive Environment Experiments,” which takes the idea of immersion. Immersion into virtual reality is a perception of being physically present in a non-physical world." via Hi-Fructose
Combining his architectural works with analog photography in addition to hidden interest for Jean-Luc Godard are the key aspects that defining Can's style. People can easily perceive desire of depicting human's inner sensation by using expressive colours and natural light. Check his works on website and Instagram as well
Architect and photographer Yener Torun moved to Istanbul 14 years ago, and has been sharing his fascination with its color-blocked exteriors via Instagram. His wildly popular and colorful photos infuse the city’s architectural landscape with a delightful whimsy and sense of humor.