Sakir Gökçebag: Mundane Object Installations

25 Feb
Sakir Gokcebag's cool art installations made from everyday objects such as toilet paper rolls, shoes, and belts, Trans Layers I and IISakir Gokcebag's cool art installations made from everyday objects such as toilet paper rolls, shoes, and belts, Trans Layers I and IISakir Gokcebag's cool art installations made from everyday objects such as toilet paper rolls, shoes, and belts, Trans Layers I and IIClick to enlarge

Hamburg-based Turkish-born artist Sakir Gökçebag creates fun installations using everyday objects. His toilet paper roll installations are part of two series: Trans-Layers I and II. The abstract shapes and movement that Gökçebag is able to get with these rolls are at once playful and elegant, not to mention completely surprising. And it doesn’t stop at toilet paper, no siree. Gökeçebag’s other works utilize everything from shoes, belts, umbrellas, brooms, measuring tapes, levels and other household tools, extending to his series of photographs of uniquely cut fruits & vegetables.

There’s much more to see on his site here.

via trendland

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