Presented by Merkur Gallery -Şen, who sees the coincidences, come ups; shortly, the flow of life in its own rhythm as the flow of nature in its own rhythm, she considers ‘’Where to look from” a visual extension of personal confrontation and personal change.
In this sense, when all conceptual explanations can be perceived as an intervention to the whole of personal life, the ‘’contradictions’’ that she handles come into play and by wriggling from vertical media, they get into horizontal media, which can make concessions too.

Here, Ayça Şen, with the idea that ‘’sometimes, the only way to improve a notion, is to be contrary to it’’, goes in the way of improvement by being contrary to herself.

See the show “Where to Look From” at Merkur Gallery March 7 – 24, 2016