Orange Juice presents Burkut Kum‘s solo exhibition, Memorial Danger Zone, a series of newly commissioned works reflecting on esoteric possibilities through two-dimensional aesthetics, experiments on sculptural installations and site-specific video-works curated by Selin Turam.
Kum’s works evoke an ever-lasting temporary feeling of metaphysical poetry.
The show represents a crossing platform of stimuli-generating objects, imagery, sound and/or any element, deriving from clues of archetypal meta-narratives and its possible utterances.
Reflecting on multi-dimensional scapes where notions of analog and digital are merged to an extent where new realities are presented; the exhibition eliminates the juxtapositional gaps of context between abstraction and representation, fact and fiction, volume and flatness. Memorial Danger Zone reinvigorates micro-utopian moments where ideas of transmutation of thought into material reality emerge almost as a reminder or an affirmation that the physical begins in the incorporeal.