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Karşıma çıkan, yoluma ışık tutan, ilham, umut ve şifa olan şiirleri, kimi zaman kendi yazdıklarımı, yayınlanan şiirlerimi veya çevirisini yaptıklarımı paylaştığım bir sayfa. Sanatla, müzikle, ayın evreleriyle, hayatın döngüleriyle iç içe…


An Instagram page featuring healing, inspiring and heart-opening poetry translated into Turkish, accompanied by art, photography, music and astrology. The page showcases both previously published/unpublished poems written/translated by me, and selections of poetry by some of my most beloved poets including Mary Oliver, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Kahlil Gibran, Rainer Maria Rilke, David Whyte…



An Instagram page I’d created back in 2018, as a little side-project inspired by my dissertation at University of the Arts London, on museum-visitor relationships and social network sites & my semester at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. It’s a page dedicated to and focused on the intersection between art and social media.

Here are two posts, hope you enjoy!

Art by David Shrigley

sociArtists series : David Shrigley

British artist and illustrator David Shrigley’s text-based, satirical, humourous and colourful works tick all the boxes when it comes to compatibility with and popularity on social media, particularly Instagram. Shrigley isn’t one of the most active artists on social media himself, and he started making this kind of work way before MySpace, let alone Instagram. Yet his choice of words, subjects and the way in which he puts them together and decontextualises them in his drawings, makes him one of the most celebrated #sociArtists of the age of Instagram. 🌀💥

Photo Credit: Justin Sutcliffe

We can’t escape climate change, especially if it’s brought right in front us in the form of immense blocks of ice 🌪 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

This is exactly what Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson did with the ‘Ice Watch’ project, by bringing ice blocks, each weighing between 1.5 and 5 tonnes, from the Nuuk Kangerlua fjord in Greenland and installed them outside Tate Modern and Bloomberg’s European Headquarters with geologist Minik Rosing.

This thought-provoking, participatory project aims to raise awareness on the catastrophic threat of global warming, sea level rise and its consequences for the environment 🌍