Among the editorial discoveries at Arles is Halil Koyutürk’s I am playing ping pong now. “Ping pong” is the sexual back-and-forth, the orgy of bodies and raw sensuality, in which Halil indulged following his divorce. His latest work, composed over ten years and put together over three, is Halil’s most personal work to date.
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