- What’s On
This group exhibition takes its inspiration from French sociologist Jean Baudrillard’s theory developed in the mid-1970s that modernity, and its associated concepts, has come to an end. The discourse of the ‘end’ signifies a postmodern break which ‘ends’ meaning and history. The exhibition derives its theoretical concept from this idea and with their works, the exhibiting artists question how the dynamics of desire can be paraphrased in the context of the object and production, and how individuals can internalise these ideological forms. The exhibition also investigates mediums connected to technology (i.e. cloning, mass media, etc.), which were problematised by Baudrillard.
Prices for works vary between 1500TL and 12,500TL.