The Order of Things

 

Esra Nesipogullari

Turkey / Italy

Esra Nesipogullari’s graduate thesis helped her to establish a comparative understanding of how

epistemological differences of time and context can be important in shaping culture. 

Interested in fostering relationships between people and objects,

she says “Similitudes between all things can be found within every object.” 

 

To illustrate how all things are related, separated only by space and times,

she references “Foucault’s four main elements of episteme: conventia, aemulatio, analogia,

and sympatheia.” (M.Foucault, The Order of Things)

Identidad Personal
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

Identita Personale
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

Rose
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

ROUGHLY IDENTICAL
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

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Experimenting with the notion of the linear timeline and moving in two different sequences.
Conventia II
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

Emulation
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

Analogia
Mixed media

ESRA NESIPOGULLARI

mantova, Italy

About the Artist


Esra Nesipogulları, born in Turkey in 1991, is an architect and self-taught multidisciplinary artist

currently residing in Italy. After working two years in several architectural design studios in London, Istanbul, and Mantua, she moved to the art and curatorial field. Her works often respond

to personal stories in cultural and political contexts.