Simbart Projects hosts Ezgi Yakın's solo exhibition titled 'Other Things Expected and Left Behind' between 3 November and 29 December. Yakın deals with the questions of what the landscape offers us and what we attribute to the landscape at a time when the radical imagination is weakened in the exhibition. In her practice, she interprets these questions by looking at the spatial relations that affect the perception of the past and the future.
In her recent works, in which she has focused on the transformation of space and geography, Yakın has explored the forms of relationship that exist and disappear over time and followed their objective signs. Her productions are created from a playful distance that span different techniques. In this context, two of her past works that bridge the content of the exhibition and her current productions are included in the 'Other Things Expected and Left Behind' exhibition. The works develop an alternative view of spaces, structures and objects.