The Turkish-American artist Serkan Özkaya and the novelist Augustus Rose discuss their fascinations with Duchampian detective work at Postmasters Gallery on Wednesday.
Serkan Özkaya’s “Mirage” (2013) was an ominous presence at the beta launch of the new Postmasters Gallery space in Tribeca.
Writer and technologist Robin Sloan has coined the term “flip-flop” to denote an instance when a digital thing becomes physical, or vice-versa. A new project by Amanda Ghassaei that turns audio files into 3D-printed records.
Last night’s panel event at Storefront for Art and Architecture was a heady affair. A group of panelists, myself include, sat inside the Vito Acconci-designed structure while a 30-foot David sculpture by Serkan Özkaya lay horizontal on a flat bed outside on Kenmare Street.
We JUST received a photo of Serkan Özkaya’s “David (inspired by Michelangelo)” sculpture as it makes its way through New Jersey on its way to downtown Manhattan tonight.