Migration, mobility, and movement inform “Fluid Bodies”, a deeply unnerving exhibit of the perils and potentials of the Information Age. Universal Everything’s eight video installations allure and captivate, disturb and unsettle, and they cover a wide range of present-day problems: urbanization, mass mentality, and the existential implications of artificial general intelligence.
Borusan Contemporary hosts Borusan Group’s headquarter offices during the week where artworks live alongside the people who work there. Over the weekend, the space is transformed into a museum, converging notions of exhibition spaces and spaces of daily use. Thus, every work that is on view as part of the collection exhibitions at Borusan Contemporary works a double shift. The curator of these exhibitions, Necmi Sönmez, has been drawing from Turkish literature to interpret and delve into this international collection for the past three years. We have talked to Sönmez about this research process on the occasion of the new exhibition, Üvercinka
Fluid Bodies, the exhibition showcasing works of Universal Everything, the collective which produces interactive projects using sophisticated visual technologies, is on view at Borusan Contemporary since September 15, 2018. Naz Kocadere interviewed Matt Pyke, the creative director of the global collective.