The title of the exhibition describes how Civan Ozkanoglu works. Photography and personal involvement echo each other in these surprising compositions. His presence is palpable in the angles he chooses, letting the viewer imagine what contorted positions he had to take in order to capture these slightly surrealist scenes. He is the observer, never the voyeur, playing with symbols and having fun with the situations.
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