This artist book is the most comprehensive publication embracing the oeuvre of Ayse Erkmen from 1969 to date.
‘Ayse Erkmen, whose practice and in particular, site-specific works are etched in memory, takes the social and physical environment that she is in as a starting point and by repositioning the existing structure in her particular style, impels viewers to think about space. Her works, which make spaces experiential, do not exhibit a concern for forming a formal language. Instead, the artist invites her viewers to engage in a dialogue with the physical, visual, social, and psychological dimensions of environments, such as museums, gallery windows, exhibition spaces, parks, rivers and squares.’ – Text by Dirimart
Co-published with Dirimart