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We will be happy to see you at the first exhibition of the season... November 12 2015, 0 Comments

 

Minimum // Maximum by Bilge Nur Saltık is the opening exhibition of this season for ECNP Galeri.  

A young and talented designer Nur has established her studio on 2013, the following year she won New Design Britain Award with her Share.Food series. She is one of the co-founders of London based collective Form&Seek and she has been exhibiting with them for 3 years.

With the opening reception that took place at November 5th, we have started to exhibit a selection of her work around optical illusions, her latest series ‘OP-vases’, vases where she creates a bouquet from a single flower next to her very first optical collection ‘OP-jects’, a glassware series with whimsical effects. Also ‘Blossom’,  light series that use the refraction of light as a tool to create optical illusions and ‘Jalousie’, the mirrors that she debuted in this year's London Design Week can be seen in the exhibition.

Another work by Nur, a glass-light installation, AMPLIFY, can also be seen at Contemporary Istanbul until November 15th.

You can visit the exhibition until December 5th, 2015.


OP-light by Bilge Nur Saltık November 05 2015, 0 Comments

 

Along with 'OP-jects', 'OP-vase' and 'Jalousie', Bilge Nur Saltık's 'Minimum-Maximum' will exhibit 'OP-light', wall light series that use the refraction of light as a tool to create optical illusions.

 


OP-jects by Bilge Nur Saltık November 03 2015, 0 Comments

 

ECNP Galeri will exhibit Bilge Nur Saltık's selection of work around optical illusions starting November 6th.  Her very first optical collection 'OP-jects', a glassware series with whimsical effects can be seen in the exhibition.

 

 

 


OP-vase by Bilge Nur Saltık... November 02 2015, 0 Comments

 

ECNP Galeri will exhibit Bilge Nur Saltık's selection of work around optical illusions starting November 6th. You can see Nur's latest series 'OP-vases', vases where she creates a bouquet from a single flower during the exhibition. You can watch the related video below and see the pieces starting this Friday.