"For the Last Two Days I've Been Waiting For The Lady Living Across To Commit Suicide. Maybe She Won't. I don't Know What She is Thinking."    "İki Gündür Karşı Apartmandaki Kadının İntihar Etmesini Bekliyorum. Belki de Etmez. Ne Düşündüğünü Bilmiyorum O'nun."    The photo series' title comes from the introduction sentences of a short story-  The   Window- written by one of the most  extraordinary female writers of the 20th century Turkish literature, Sevim Burak.  The small figurine placed in each photo in the work gets its inspiration from the well-known sculpture of Auguste Rodin,  The Thinker  , until this time it transforms into the woman form. The series as a whole is witnessing the woman thinker who thinks at her home, in various compositions that are pre-planned first by the society and then by the artist herself.
       
     
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  "For the Last Two Days I've Been Waiting For The Lady Living Across To Commit Suicide. Maybe She Won't. I don't Know What She is Thinking."    "İki Gündür Karşı Apartmandaki Kadının İntihar Etmesini Bekliyorum. Belki de Etmez. Ne Düşündüğünü Bilmiyorum O'nun."    The photo series' title comes from the introduction sentences of a short story-  The   Window- written by one of the most  extraordinary female writers of the 20th century Turkish literature, Sevim Burak.  The small figurine placed in each photo in the work gets its inspiration from the well-known sculpture of Auguste Rodin,  The Thinker  , until this time it transforms into the woman form. The series as a whole is witnessing the woman thinker who thinks at her home, in various compositions that are pre-planned first by the society and then by the artist herself.
       
     

"For the Last Two Days I've Been Waiting For The Lady Living Across To Commit Suicide. Maybe She Won't. I don't Know What She is Thinking."

"İki Gündür Karşı Apartmandaki Kadının İntihar Etmesini Bekliyorum. Belki de Etmez. Ne Düşündüğünü Bilmiyorum O'nun." 

The photo series' title comes from the introduction sentences of a short story- The Window- written by one of the most extraordinary female writers of the 20th century Turkish literature, Sevim Burak.

The small figurine placed in each photo in the work gets its inspiration from the well-known sculpture of Auguste Rodin, The Thinker , until this time it transforms into the woman form. The series as a whole is witnessing the woman thinker who thinks at her home, in various compositions that are pre-planned first by the society and then by the artist herself.

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