Work Code: 096SE2109

CEREN A. ASMAZ

Seramik // Mermaid Totem - 2020

Stonewear Ceramic - 7.5 x 6 x 18 cm


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ÜRÜN AÇIKLAMASI

“Gopithos Totem” serisinden

Modern dünyanın bir paraleli olarak kurulmuş olan ‘Gopitholand’, sürekli gelişen, çeşitlenen ve hayatın içinden gelen canlıların yaşadığı devasa bir köydür. Bu köyün sakinleri olan Gopitho’lar ise; sanatçının kendini ve insanı anlamlandırmaya çalışırken ortaya çıkan küçük canlılar, iyi ya da kötü içinde yaşanılan toplumun görünmez bireyleri olarak karşımıza çıkmaktadır. 

 Bu nedenle yağmurlu bir günde yan masanızda kahve içen bir Gopitho’ya rastlamanız ya da şansa en çok ihtiyacınız olduğu anda yanınızda bir Gopitho belirmesi mümkün.

Gopitho Totem’ler ise normal Gopitho boyutlarından daha küçük, hayatımızda eksik olan ne varsa O’nu getirmek için var olan köy sakinleri."

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Eserin ismi, tarihi, tekniği, boyutu ve edisyon bilgilerinin bulunduğu Özgünlük Belgesi, sanatçı tarafından imzalanıp size ulaştırılacaktır.

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BIOGRAPHY

A.Ceren Asmaz (Ankara, 1987), completed her bachelor and master degree in Anadolu University Faculty of Fine Arts Glass Department (2010) and Fine Arts Institute Glass Department (2013), worked as a research assistant in Uludağ University Ceramics and Glass Design Department in 2013. Shee worked at Dokuz Eylül University Fine Arts Institute Ceramics and Glass Design Department during the Proficiency in Art program between 2014-2018 and completed the program in 2018.
Between the years 2018-2020 she worked at Arkin University of Creative Arts and Design, Faculty of Arts, as a faculty member and head of Plastic Arts department and has returned to Turkey at the end of 2020. In addition to various symposiums, biennials and group exhibitions; she had 3 glass solo show called "İnsanın Kanadı Gayretidir", "Inner Monsters: Glass Edition" and "Arabesque". Also she had a solo ceramic exhibition called "Recipre for Disaster" and solo illustration show called " Two Rivers" for a poetry book.
The artist's works are in the collections of the South Korean International Museum of Macsabal and the Stieglitz Academy of Applied Arts. The artist continues creating artworks at her studio.
A. Ceren Asmaz, makes surface evaluations regardless of material; she's working on the phenomenon of the modern age human. "Gopitholand", which was established as a parallel to the modern world, is a huge village that is constantly developing, diversifying and inhabited by living creatures. The inhabitants of this village, the Gopithos, appear as the small creatures that emerge while the artist tries to make sense of herself and the human being, as invisible individuals of the society, whether good or bad. For this reason, it is possible to come across a Gopitho drinking coffee on your next table on a rainy day, or a Gopitho to appear next to you when you need luck the most. It is possible that your boss who frowned upon you when you do wrong, or the owner of that cute smile you come across on the same bus every morning is also a Gopitho.
The purpose of the Gopitho's creation is not to idealize reality, but to try to understand and share life as it is. You surely have a Gopitho somewhere, or maybe you are someone's Gopitho.

EXHIBITIONS

2018, İki Nehir Illustrations; solo show, Art Space Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2018, İnsanın Kanadı Gayretidir, solo show, İzmir State Museum of Painting and Sculpture Turgut Pura Gallery, İzmir, Turkey
2018, Unicum 2018 Od Tradicionalne Do Sodobne Keramike, group exhibition, Slovenia
2018, Ceramic Exhibition in From Crafts to Art Ceramics: Technology, Decor, Style Research and Practice Conference Exhibition; group exhibition, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2019, Once upon a Time: Fairytales from ceramics, group exhibition, Art Rooms, Kyrenia, Cyprus
2019, Recipe for Disaster; solo show, Rüstem Bookshop, Nicosia, Cyprus
2019, Inner Monsters: Glass Edition; solo show, Art Rooms, Kyrenia, Cyprus
2020, Exhibition of 2nd International Fantastic Macsabal (Bowl) Competition; group exhibition, Korean Culture Center, Ankara, Turkey
2020, Spider and Ghost Fly; group exhibition, Art Space Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2020, Arabesque; solo show, Art Space Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2021, Vaveyla; group exhibition, Karl&Ein Gallery, İstanbul, Turkey


2021, 2 Kutup 1 Alan; group exhibition, Galeri A, İzmir, Turkey

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ÜRÜN AÇIKLAMASI

“Gopithos Totem” serisinden

Modern dünyanın bir paraleli olarak kurulmuş olan ‘Gopitholand’, sürekli gelişen, çeşitlenen ve hayatın içinden gelen canlıların yaşadığı devasa bir köydür. Bu köyün sakinleri olan Gopitho’lar ise; sanatçının kendini ve insanı anlamlandırmaya çalışırken ortaya çıkan küçük canlılar, iyi ya da kötü içinde yaşanılan toplumun görünmez bireyleri olarak karşımıza çıkmaktadır. 

 Bu nedenle yağmurlu bir günde yan masanızda kahve içen bir Gopitho’ya rastlamanız ya da şansa en çok ihtiyacınız olduğu anda yanınızda bir Gopitho belirmesi mümkün.

Gopitho Totem’ler ise normal Gopitho boyutlarından daha küçük, hayatımızda eksik olan ne varsa O’nu getirmek için var olan köy sakinleri."

Bu eser sadece shopi go ART’ta satılmaktadır.

Eserin ismi, tarihi, tekniği, boyutu ve edisyon bilgilerinin bulunduğu Özgünlük Belgesi, sanatçı tarafından imzalanıp size ulaştırılacaktır.

Bu eser 1-4 iş günü içerisinde teslimata çıkacaktır.

 

BIOGRAPHY

A.Ceren Asmaz (Ankara, 1987), completed her bachelor and master degree in Anadolu University Faculty of Fine Arts Glass Department (2010) and Fine Arts Institute Glass Department (2013), worked as a research assistant in Uludağ University Ceramics and Glass Design Department in 2013. Shee worked at Dokuz Eylül University Fine Arts Institute Ceramics and Glass Design Department during the Proficiency in Art program between 2014-2018 and completed the program in 2018.
Between the years 2018-2020 she worked at Arkin University of Creative Arts and Design, Faculty of Arts, as a faculty member and head of Plastic Arts department and has returned to Turkey at the end of 2020. In addition to various symposiums, biennials and group exhibitions; she had 3 glass solo show called "İnsanın Kanadı Gayretidir", "Inner Monsters: Glass Edition" and "Arabesque". Also she had a solo ceramic exhibition called "Recipre for Disaster" and solo illustration show called " Two Rivers" for a poetry book.
The artist's works are in the collections of the South Korean International Museum of Macsabal and the Stieglitz Academy of Applied Arts. The artist continues creating artworks at her studio.
A. Ceren Asmaz, makes surface evaluations regardless of material; she's working on the phenomenon of the modern age human. "Gopitholand", which was established as a parallel to the modern world, is a huge village that is constantly developing, diversifying and inhabited by living creatures. The inhabitants of this village, the Gopithos, appear as the small creatures that emerge while the artist tries to make sense of herself and the human being, as invisible individuals of the society, whether good or bad. For this reason, it is possible to come across a Gopitho drinking coffee on your next table on a rainy day, or a Gopitho to appear next to you when you need luck the most. It is possible that your boss who frowned upon you when you do wrong, or the owner of that cute smile you come across on the same bus every morning is also a Gopitho.
The purpose of the Gopitho's creation is not to idealize reality, but to try to understand and share life as it is. You surely have a Gopitho somewhere, or maybe you are someone's Gopitho.

EXHIBITIONS

2018, İki Nehir Illustrations; solo show, Art Space Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2018, İnsanın Kanadı Gayretidir, solo show, İzmir State Museum of Painting and Sculpture Turgut Pura Gallery, İzmir, Turkey
2018, Unicum 2018 Od Tradicionalne Do Sodobne Keramike, group exhibition, Slovenia
2018, Ceramic Exhibition in From Crafts to Art Ceramics: Technology, Decor, Style Research and Practice Conference Exhibition; group exhibition, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2019, Once upon a Time: Fairytales from ceramics, group exhibition, Art Rooms, Kyrenia, Cyprus
2019, Recipe for Disaster; solo show, Rüstem Bookshop, Nicosia, Cyprus
2019, Inner Monsters: Glass Edition; solo show, Art Rooms, Kyrenia, Cyprus
2020, Exhibition of 2nd International Fantastic Macsabal (Bowl) Competition; group exhibition, Korean Culture Center, Ankara, Turkey
2020, Spider and Ghost Fly; group exhibition, Art Space Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2020, Arabesque; solo show, Art Space Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2021, Vaveyla; group exhibition, Karl&Ein Gallery, İstanbul, Turkey


2021, 2 Kutup 1 Alan; group exhibition, Galeri A, İzmir, Turkey

DELIVERY

 
  • For books and orders above 1500 TL, shipping is free.
  • Within Istanbul: The works ready for delivery will be delivered within 2-5 working days, the works that are not ready for delivery are delivered within 2-9 working days according to the length of the preparation process.
  • Outside of Istanbul: The works ready for delivery will be delivered within 3-7 working days; the works that are not ready for delivery are delivered within 3-10 working days days depending on the preparation process.
  • 4D artifacts such as video, GIFs are sent to you via email.
  • You will be contacted for Digital Installation works to be technically set up and an installation schedule is created.
   

RETURN

 
  • Artwork that can’t be returned:
  • All pictures and prints that are specially printed for you.
  • All artwork that is framed specially for you.
  • All  Sculpture and Ceramic works under the 3D category.
  • All 4D artifacts such as video, GIF, and other digital work that is sent to you without a watermark.
  • All digital installation work whose technical set up was specific to you and the location you requested.
  • You can return the works that you bought at shopi go ART within 14 days of their delivery to you or the address of the person/institution that you had provided that they are undamaged.
  • To initiate the return process, you need to create your request by contacting our customer service at 444 86 84, info@shopigoart.com, or via WhatsApp Support Line.
  • Returns should only be made with the return procedure determined by Shopi go ART. No other form of returns will be accepted.
 

For detailed information, you can visit our Delivery/Return/Exchange (link for the exchange)

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