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In his exhibition Et cor natura / The Heart of Nature, Kerem Ağralı, whose practice is built on topics such as myths, symbolic narratives, human nature and humanity’s search for itself in nature, alludes to efforts by mankind to prioritize his own existence over that of nature. The exhibition consists of drawings in which the artist has created a fictional world. Presenting viewers with a fictional world full of symbolic meanings belonging to both Eastern and Western culture, the artist incorporates opposing concepts such as life and death into his paintings. His reference point is the universe and humankind that is part of that universe. In attempting to combine the past, present and future, he in a way arrests time. Any image from one artwork may shift shape and appear in another.
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