Sevim Kaya, (d. 1990, İstanbul) While the new formations, plants and root images I have been working in detail are being released under the protection of the soil like a magnificent feast, it becomes an another miracle to see this miracle with the speed of time. Rather than being a copy of reality, it is the splendor created by this feast that is important. This feast, which takes place under the soil, occurs when we notice micro-images. Plants that move quite slowly allow the concept of time to be called back to consciousness with the technique I use.
In general, we don't notice the behavior of plants very much, they seem very slow to our eyes. However, if we slow down time and shift the perspective to the perspective of plants, these events become magnificent.