Leyla Ünsal, Mert Ünsal, Tuana Pulak, Sinan Bökesoy, Sinan Kılıç, Kasso Engineering, Infolight, Refik Anadol, Serkan Arslan, Ebru Yetişkin, Bahar Türkay, Enise Derinboğaz, Egemen Kaya, Betül Kısa, Nijat Mahamaliyev, Aras Kalkan, Ece Avcı
Space Graph creates an area to observe the effect of space and time discourses, taken as single realities in the discipline of architecture. The exhibition consists of a robotic performance, which gives Space Graph its name, a VR installation and metal structures, as well as the Plates and Passage sections. Geological changes caused by human activities have reached higher phases, such as geological manipulations by man-built spaces, and the tools people use under the name of technology. All these changes and structure distortions necessitate a broader perspective when looking at the relationship between ‘time and space’.