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ARCHITECTURE "Kunst/Haus "  | student projects in architecture

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curiosity cabinets

Joseph Beuys created a series of vitrines in the 1980s bringing together various items used during, from the location of, or otherwise remaining from a number of his actions. These objects, fetishized by their enclosures, seem to collect the detritus of an event into a work that helps the action to sustain and gain resonance with different times and audiences. They also remind of “wunderkammer” popular in Germany from mid-16th to mid-18th centuries. These “Curiosity Cabinets” are often described as the predecessor to the modern museum.

Led by Michael E. Young, Gaye Bezircioğlu, and Nazlı Kök, members of the Arch 498 Graduation Project Studio (Critical Practices Unit) at Izmir University of Economics Department of Architecture are developing proposals for a mixed-use high density residential / art production and exhibition development in the center of Izmir. Projects begin with the fetishization and re-contextualization of everyday objects, architectural spaces, and daily encounters to form “cabinets” of “architectural curiosities,” which will form the basis for the architectural design.

Michael Young, lecturer

Izmir University of Economics

Nazlı Kök, lecturer

Izmir University of Economics

Gaye Bezircioğlu, lecturer

Izmir University of Economics

Copyrights of the portraits ©Ersan Çeliktaş

Alper Tayfur

 

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Anıl Sezik

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Ara Ahmed

 

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Barış Kılavuz

 

 

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Beste Demircan

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Beste Sevinç

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Bilge Belenli

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Derin Ertuğrul

 

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Ece Özveren

 

 

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Ecem Turnagöl

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Elif Keskin

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Elçin Yıldırım

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Göksu Gökçe

 

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Gülümnaz Karahan

 

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Habibe Ulutaş

 

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Kayra Özkan

 

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Mahmut Basimtekin

 

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 Müge Şenkal 

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Necip Konuş

 

 

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Sevay Yanık

 

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Zeynep Akay

 

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