On these metal artworks the shapes, patterns and colours were used at their natural forms due to the result of melting iron at high tempetatures around 1500 C. The filings from metal-working machines are also used at their changed colours sometimes in their rusted forms. At some artworks the metal parts are deformed deliberiatly. The metal parts stuck together by applying the spot-welding and electrode-welding techniques. The surfaces of some forms at some places were shinned with high-revolutioned grinding and polishing apparatuses. The 'metal scraps' which is called were obtaianed from dropped and naturally cooled melted iron on the ground, this resulted the each artwork to be free and unique on its own.
Biography: He was born in 1961 in Istanbul. He graduated from The University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. In 1986 after returning back to Turkey he joined a group of photographers leaded by Prof.Guler Ertan - Former Head of The Photography Department at The Marmara University (M.U), and took part at joint-exhibitions with the group. He also learned alot until his death in 1991 from the great master in photography Mr. Sami Guner. He believes that on the way to become universal and to express his feelings the most effective method is hidden in photography and giving life to the metal. He concentrares his works on metal forms. Presently he is working under the supervision of Prof. Cevat Demir at The Marmara University. He has photographs,artworks and objects in private collections in countries mainly Turkey, Israel, Germany and Greece.
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