digital visual mixed medya
Karakozak, adds an emotional aspect by maintaining a sharp senstivity against human disorder and forms pure images reflecting her inner voice. Being ... in yourself... The body is a shelter and the first example of inner world, it is a language. She percieves the uncanny as the alienation of human from the self. In this sense, she inholds both the familiar and the uneasiness arising from the revelation of the hidden.
Karakozak approaches her works between the reality and unreality, in other words, in the purgatory of painting and photography, in an obscure world where the boundaries of reality and unreality are blurred,
Karakozak desires to create a disappointment with the whiteness by highlighting the concepts of emptiness and absence in fictional human bodies. The figure exists at a passage between the inner and outer worlds. The effect of silence formed by the white and gray tones and the lonely figures in the emptiness, are strangely both peaceful and disturbing.
Karakozak, through the inner patterns inside the whiteness, creates a ghost of what they mean to us and draws the unheard voices to the mind patterns. The bodies consumed and reshaped in the same place, bring out a desperation by alienating to the self with the trauma created by the congestion. Existence of an uneasiness at the center of the artwork crystallizes into a power that can reshape everything.
Karakozak, refers to the ghosts of experiences with the lost bodies and gives a unique incarnation to the uncanny by sculpturing the bodies. She allows the viewer to create their own connections and associations, and gain a new perspective against the images.