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Varol Topaç


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  • Varol Topaç (Turkey) has built a door and gate in a path.
    Between both elements people can go, but have to take care through the way the passage is covered and filled.
    The installation is of wood and partly colored in ultramarine blue. The color attends the visitor on its character and is guiding the eye from the beginning to the end. The door is a construction and not what regular can be found in a forest.
    The meaning of the door and the gate is well-known, but in a place like this it works different and it is the visitor who can find out what it means for him/her.

    The installation of Varol Topaç is located in the rounding of the path.
    Through the work the path can only be passed by the installation. Between the door and the door frame wood is hanging all over. The moment the visitor is in the installation he/she is part of it.
    The inside perception is total different than by looking through the door frames. It is interesting to stay inside and look to all sides to get the feeling of the strength and the fragility of the installation.

     

    Curator of this symposium is the sculptor Lucien den Arend living and working in Kangasniemi.
    A.I.E.S.M. manager for Finland.

     

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