19JunFrom Sketch to Painting 2019
From Sketch to Painting 2019 In this course, you dont only learn how to draw or paint. You learn about your history, family, true self. If you really listen, you see how important it is to be authentic. You enter to a completely different world where music is made by colors and strokes. How every small detail is important, uniting to a geuinely beautiful wholeness. Get ready to meet your inner demons and learn how to know and accept them. These are not just courses. VA 204 and VA 324 are invitations for you to meet your trueself in the process of making art.
11SepCLIMATE OF ANOTHER UNIVERSE
Cengiz Tekin and Sedat Akdoğans joint work
14OctRecipher 2 Exhibition
Recipher 2 will be exhibit in FASS Art Gallery at October 14-22. With the second version of the series, Recipher 2 introduces new works created within the course of Sabancı University VA345 Creative Coding class in 2019. VA345 Creative Coding, which has been taught in Visual Arts and Visual Communication Design Program since 2018, aims to use coding as a tool in artistic creativity by treating coding as a conceptual constituent.
24SepWork in Progress
Student statement-- I have a kind of mission I feel. I am making my way through this endless universe creating my own rules and renaming what important is. As I go, I want to take as many people as I can, with me. Touching hearts by the innocence of arts. Creating a beautiful, well-functioning community only filled with good intentions. I dream of people helping others to grow. I knew. For me to make my way, I had to become more authentic each day. I had to be free to be completely me. I was amazed when I first saw Zarembas works online. That moment I knew he was meant to be my mentor. I was guided by him to go back to my German roots, what I carry in my blood by right. I understood that I carry my grandma Uta Ida Erika Tutkavuls artistic soul. I grew up loving Mattise and Monet but the moment I met Asger Jorn and Cy Twombly in my paintings, I felt like greeting an old friend. As I searched deeper it wasnt always pretty. I had to meet my inner demons and I knew I had to accept or convert them. Work In Progress is the beginning of my beautiful journey. Nehir Sena Görür
22JulIn The Studio 2019
Human nudity has been a part of art for centuries. It was present in the ancient world, was a crucial part of religious depictions in the V century BC. Year 2019, seems to be valued just as highly as ever. Being in the art studio inspires me for aesthetic thinking about the human body shapes . Lights, outline shapes, skin tone and muscles are revealed by the unusual light effects and the body comes out of the darkness by showing up the beauty and secrets of every part of the human body.
The exhibition Ritual deals with social phenomena expressed in a symbolic language by proxy of steretypical objects. The exhibition employs ritualistic repetition to delineate the associative possibilities of cult objects and their presence in culture.
FASS Art Gallery is pleased to announce
30AprNie No Nein Non
Dr. Agata Szuba works at Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw., Poland. She is the member of Polish Photography Society.. She is a curator of PhotoZona Gallery in Wroclaw. http://www.zpafgdansk.pl/galeria/agata-szuba/
10AprSPARKS - Digital Media Exhibition 2019
This exhibition includes the works of current VAVCD students working in video, 3D modelling and motion graphics. With each student coming with their own perspective, aesthetic and expertise these classes become a place to learn the medium of expression.
09AprLive Coding Boot Camp: Make Sound using data from CERN
Visual Arts and Visual Communication Design presents Live Coding Boot Camp: Make Sound using data from CERN Guest Lecturer Konstantinos Vasilakos (ITU MIAM+ICE) 09.04.2019 - 15:40 // CoSpace
The expressive function of language is also revealed in the collections of feminine and masculine torsos and feet (Collections VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII), which paradoxically combine both material and spiritual elements. A conclusion should be drawn that Karolina Aszyk seems to deprive the antinomy, known from the Platonic philosophical tradition: physicality-spirituality, of the paradoxicality, and certainly of the ambivalence, in her realizations from the last few years. The author states this almost directly in the same commentary to her works, a fragment of which I have quoted above: It is important in my artistic concept that the encounter of the spiritual and material elements is accomplished through physicality. This concept results from my personal experience. I have no doubt that I have an access to the spiritual world through the world of the senses, through the matter, and thus through the body.
Artists who possess the courage to face the pain and evil produced by the society in which they live look at how consciousness may reach more profound and creative dimensions when the
06MarISType Mono Event
ISType Mono Event 6 March 2019 SALT Galata