They are Uttered and Unfinished, All the Loves in the World
Time Out says
The new collection exhibition at Borusan Contemporary is based on the lines “They are uttered and unfinished / all the loves in the world” by the poet Turgut Uyar, bringing together different tendencies of international contemporary art to questions of aesthetic research triggered by today's conditions. In our day, the rapidly changing economic, political and social developments have a profound impact on the creation processes of artworks. Since Borusan’s Contemporary Art Collection brings together the experimental works of artists working in different cultural geographies across the world, it is possible to closely trace the effects of global developments on art. The new visuality that contemporary art presents to the audience by using digital expression techniques is both participatory and experimental. The exhibition aims to make this experimentation, one of the main features of the collection, more visible.