7 March – 8 April 2017
Psolo exhibition is installed in four spaces independently, proposing a name that combines the words “psyche” and “solo.”
…Psyche includes all the definitions of the personality, conscious, and unconscious, all emo-tions, thoughts, and behaviors. Psyche consists of systems that work differently from each other and yet are simultaneously in dialogue. The most influential force in our personality is the collective subconscious that comprises of all of the experiences of human history. Our collective subconscious directs us in defining all our shared experiences.
In this exhibition, Tuna reads the differences between subjective and objective times, distanc-es between memory/loss and consciousness through the collective. The installing of the exhibition in four different venues encourages the viewers to re-interpret the notions work/time/distance/memory, presenting a new space of experience outside of modes of tradi-tional exhibition viewings. Psolo exhibition draws attention to not only the visual aspects of objects, but also to the relationship between sound, body, and the psyche.
…Perhaps this piece of marble is an infinite pile of live objects or it is like a lake full of fish…
Psolo exhibition opens simultaneously at Alt Art Space, Galerist, MARSistanbul, REM Art Space on Tuesday March 7, 2017 at 4pm. The opening cocktail will take place at Alt Art Space after 630pm.
Vahit Tuna was born in Edremit in 1971. He studied Graphic Design at MÜGSF. He was on a scholarship at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart (Germany) in 2002-2003 and he opened his first one-person exhibition there. Tuna participated in numerous local and interna-tional group exhibitions. He had one-person exhibitions in Istanbul at Hafriyat Karaköy in 2008 and at Depo in 2011. He lives and works in Istanbul.
Alt Art Space; Tarihi Bomonti Bira Fabrikası, Birahane Sokak No: 1 Bomonti
Galerist; Meşrutiyet Cad. No: 67 Beyoğlu
MARSistanbul; Bostanbaşı Cad. No: 10 Çukurcuma, Beyoğlu
REM Art Space; Firuzağa, Çukurcuma Cad. No: 20 Beyoğlu
MARS is supported by SAHA as part of “Grant for the Sustainability of Independent Art Initiatives 2016–2017”.