The core of my work has remained the same over the years. The form may change, but what I am constantly concerned with is the study of the relationship between life and death: the awareness of the inevitability of the end, of individual finiteness but of the collective cycle of life as well, determines the choices and ultimately the meaning of our lives.
The perception we have of our finiteness changes with age. My work evolves in this same rhythm
My first solo show was back in 1996 at the Patricia Dorfmann gallery in Paris. Since then I have participated in many solo and group exhibitions in Europe, USA and Turkey.
Some of my works found their permanent homes among the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago,, Tate Britain, FNAC (Fonds National d’art Contemporain), Istanbul Modern (Istanbul Museum of Modern Art), and many private collections.