Group Exhibition

Leaden Circles Dissolved In The Air

The exhibition titled Leaden Circles Dissolved in the Air is based on diversity of artistic expression. The title of the exhibit refers to the frequently repeated sentence in Virginia Woolf’s most striking novel Mrs. Dalloway, and points out the intersection of different perspectives. Woolf uses "Leaden Circles Dissolved In The Air” as a metaphor to connect the novel’s characters and their points of view. This sentence, becomes the main motif of the novel, and similarly functions as a mutual slogan for each artist in the exhibition. Thus, this transition phrase of the novel puts an emphasis on the diversity of artistic media, which range from painting to object-based installations; and contextualizes the current political and cultural transformations in an inter-geographical manner.

Artists: Kezban Arca Batıbeki – Tanja Boukal- Sefa Çakır - Fatma Çakmak - Ahmet Elhan – Seda Oturmak - Chulayarnnon Siriphol - Güneş Terkol - Ezgi Tok