From a desired day-trip at Aşağıpınar Höyük, an archeological site in Kırklareli, Turkey:
good greetings from the allegorical spaces of an architecture without any verticals
and learning from the empathetic spaces of the friendly dogs, flies, the scary anchored wax models and more.
Playing with the language of this day-trip, I look into the ways to encounter the critically informed, yet curiously unknown, language of an architecture without verticals and explore the spatio-temporal knowledge of its half-imaginary places and spaces. The drawing reflects a family of ambiguous ficto-critical figures as my personalized language of an architecture without verticals.
*In relation with PhD studies, advisor: Aslıhan Şenel