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Installation and Neoscapes by Bahar Yurukoglu

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Via itsnicethat.com:

Not often does an artist come along who makes installations that look similar to what you may imagine the sensation of teleportation to be like, but here she is — Bahar Yurukoglu. Bahar is from Washington and uses Lights, perspex, glass and projections to create these absolutely mesmerising visuals. As well as photographing these creations and turning them into seemingly 3D images, Bahar also transforms whole gallery spaces into trippy, geometric light shows.

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See more from Yurukoglu at iambahar.com


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