- What’s On
In this video work, a collaboration between Banu Cennetoğlu and Yasemin Özcan, the artists seek the assistance of a non-artistic discipline to measure the energies circulating in the physical space of an atomic shelter named ARK, which the Yugoslav army built between 1953 and 1979.
Known as Facility D-0, Tito’s Atomic War Command, the structure was originally built to accommodate and protect 350 people and enable the successful management and leadership of the armed forces in the event of nuclear war. In the video work, the artists capture Habitat and Human Energy Rebalancing coach Zeynep Sevil Güven undertake a holographic energy scan on the structure, which is able to reveal the invisible data of the space. Twenty-two articles compiled and edited from web-based sources which refer to the chronological, conceptual and emotional progress of the work accompany the video.