Turkish artist Aydın Buyukaktas‘s digital series are challenging the viewer’s point of view and transforming Istanbul’s streets into a surreal space. See Istanbul this way.
“Most of the time we live in places that we do not think about, we do not pay attention to details and we are live on this places which are shaped by our memories.Artists are adding another dimention to that places.” says Buyuktas. ”Things are aiming the wievers to leave them alone with stunning visuality and adds a romantic perspective as much as the irony of being multi-dimensional.”
Büyüktaş, inspired by Edwin A. Abbott’s satirical story “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions” . The story is about the occupation of a two-dimensional world by geometric shapes.
You never saw a football stadium like this.
Acrobatics at this universe should be much more difficult.
Istanbul intercity bus station. The most symmetrical state of symmetry…
Look at the horizon line. Of course you can.
Do not forget to visit the tourist attractions of Istanbul.
You have certainly heard a few things about the intensity of city traffic.