• İrem Günaydın
    (b. 1989, Istanbul)
    BA Fine Art in Central Saint Martins, London in 2014.

    igunaydin1@gmail.com

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  • VOL AU VENT AND CHEESE STRAW

    200x150cm, color pencil on paper

    2020

  • The Hand, Vertical Strata, Horizontal Characters, And The Ginseng
    2018

    This work consists of a series of photographic and silkscreen prints and five laser-engraved sculptural pieces. The ginseng plant as one of the character of the work holds a plate on which a written proposal of the work itself is written.

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  • From a Tummy to the Sky -via a Mouth-
    Ark Kültür, İstanbul / TR 2017

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    To accompany the exhibition the artist has produced limited edition screen prints entitled An Arbitrary Formation Of Vectors Perceived As A Figure Or Pattern.

    Photographed by Cem Mirkelam and Emin Yüksel.

  • {iniş çıkış yukarı aşağı}
    Red Bull Art Around, İstanbul / TR 2016

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    Photographed by Cem Mirkelam.

  • İşleyiş – Mechanism
    As part of PRODUCE #3 ('The Game Settled Into a Cagey Midfield Match') project, 2016

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    İşleyiş – mechanism is an installation of 1) a set of words, 2) a book of words and 3) a diagram of words.

    Works by artists Charlie Coffey, Irem Günaydin and Merve Kaptan use video, print and the online screen to explore connections between narrative, language and translation.

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    Limited edition book ÆND #2 by Irem Gunaydin, published by torna on the occasion of this exhibition in February 2016.

    Photographed by Cem Mirkelam.

  • ÆND
    torna project space, Istanbul / TR
    2016

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    Limited edition book by İrem Günaydın, published by torna on the occasion of her exhibition at torna in February 2016.

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    Photographed by Emin Yüksel.

  • Hatırlatıcı
    Irem Günaydin & Merve Kaptan
    2015

     

    A presentation of two work by two people at two different location.

    And here is the conversation.

     

     

    I have my notebook in front of me, the notebook I’ve been keeping since July, to which I solely dedicated this piece of work. I turned the cover over to figure out how I should start, and the first thing that came up was:

    “Cardiac- Related to Heart/ Kalp

                                         Cor    

                                         Kalb

                                         Kardia”

                                              

     

     

     

    between 27th and 29th;

     

     

     

     

    Something happened today. A man died. A man jumped out of a window. Fell onto the ground. They put a white coat on top of the man. Men in white coats walked towards the cars.

     

     

    *Hatırlatıcı (meaning ‘reminder’ in English).It covers the notions of written text, sound, language and translation.Even though it is a Turkish word, it sounds foreign even in its native language.

     

     

  • to the Things themselves
    Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Degree Show, London / UK
    2014

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