Matilda Aslizadeh deploys a dense visual language positioned between photography, video, sculpture and animation to evoke the complexity and saturation of contemporary media landscapes. Her video installations draw on a large array of visual influences – both esoteric and popular – to rethink narrative structures that persist in Western culture and its global impact. Her current project interrogates the agency of the economy under neoliberalism through the lens of a horror film.
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belit sağ’s ongoing artistic and moving image practice largely focuses on the role of visual representations in the experience and perception of political conflicts and violence in Turkey, Germany, and the Netherlands. Recent works include a video piece that centers around the concepts and practices of conserving, conversing, absences and re-enactment.
belit sağ’swork has been exhibited in international art spaces including PEER UK and LUX, London; EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam; and documenta 14, Kassel, among others.