Index


Elin Araçları,
Soyu Tükenen Çizim Enstrümanları

Paper-Fortune 
Table as a Dirty-Drawing
1:1@1
Canlı Kartografya, Yerin Transkriptleri
Lines of/for/among/around 
architecture

Drawing Atlas
on Atlas
Spirited Beyond: Speculative Perspectival Distortions & Embodied Investigations 
Bio-materials & Composites 
Crafting 3D Printing
Kağıt-Oluşlar l Paper-Beings
Topographical Narratives
Kite/Uçurtma
Fairytale
Marble Labyrinth
Other Technicalities
Who is there? Second life of lines
Snapology
New Year’s Lantern
Imaginary Landscapes
Geometric Stitching
No More No Less
Tacit Dimension of A Painting
Kinetic Constructions
3D Woven Paper Structures
/O-Knitting

Bilinmeyen İstikametler
Bürosu: Boğaz(içi)

Müsvedde
Bedeni Dokumak/Mimari Tekstiller
Basic Design Studio I-II
1:1@1 Venice/Carapace
Lines of Action
Architectural Drawing
Studio I-II

Hybrid Drawing
Assos Kazısı
Ruins and Phantoms at Assos
a Paper Museum
Soft Alphabet

Yaprak
Çizgiyi Kentte Yürüyüşe
Çıkarmak: Boğaz(İçi)
Günlükleri
Düşsel Atlaslar: Constant/Calvino Çizgiyi Çekmek ya da
Elin Manifestosu
Kıtanın Başkentleri:
Paris, Berlin
Paris’in Psikocoğrafyası:
Çıplak Kent

Tipsizlik üzerine Tayfun Gülnar’ın Mimari
Alemi

Dada Kılavuz
Cehennem Mimarlığı Gordon Matta Clark, Çizgi, 
Kırık, Kesik, Dikiz, Dizi

İçe Bakış/Deniz Bilgin
Bir Anlık Sessizlik üzerine
e-skop yazıları
Nadire Kabinesi
Muhafaza/Mimarlık
Mario Carpo ile söyleşi
Uçmak üzerine
Halil Edhem/Müzecilik
Yazıları

Boş Ev
İllustrasyon




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Table as A Dirty-Drawing 
Cartography of Imagination

A series of drawings
2019 - on going 




When tables in design studios are reconsidered,  they can be interpreted as speculative cartographies as a cosmos of gestures in touch with various fragments, times, people, hands, eyes, minds, actions, and memories.  Table as a contact surface constructs a [collective] memory of gathering all on it - a spatio-temporal structure. Bodiless lines, stains, marks, slits, scrapes, holes and crevies left on the surface of table-top  are reminiscent of unbuilt architectures like Chamber Works [as voiced by Robin Evans, Sebnem Yalinay and Jeffrey Kipnis].  Hence, they can give the chance to be read as a map open for interpretation, imagination, day-dreaming, fabulation, contribution, reconstruction like a fortune-telling hand. They create a dirty-drawing as a palimpsest structure ready to inhabit, resisting to tabula rasa - being a clean plate.
This material reality on the face of table invites one to build cartographic landscapes of the imagination, landscapes of the mind - referring to Jane Rendell’s words: “fragment of the imagination: assembling new narratives from old”.

While drawing the line, one can encounter with not only Daniel Libeskind but also Cy Twombly, Nancy Graves, Rebecca Horn, Julie Mehretu, Antonie Tàpies and Anselm Kiefer on the table.