480 x 480 x 380 cm
According to Aristotle, the idea that the world can be understood, that the complex events around us can be reduced to simple principles and that these can be explained without the need for myths or theological interpretations was first put forward by Thales at that time. In addition, everything was tried to be explained with geometry. With this geometric explanation, he makes a reference to his understanding of the universe of sculpture, to the philosophers of the first age and to platonic solids, to the smooth solids that Plato stated in the first age and the way these objects describe nature. The fact that each piece carries each other and that they are all the same pieces that make up a whole is metaphorically speaking in today's conditions
3x0. 9xh:2.4 m
200 x 150 x 1500 cm
This sculpture of Köse consists of the repetition of unit elements as usual. This sculpture has a sense of scale that approaches architecture beyond the usual dimensions.
The reason for choosing this scale is to create a perception of transition from one place to another within wide spaces.
The general expression in Köse's sculptures is that each unit represents the actions taken and the form that emerges as a result of the actions taken creates itself.
The metaphor of the door is the expression of the actions taken and passing people through many doors throughout their lives and constantly putting them into other places.
The bright sphere form on the top of the sculpture, which seems to have been thrown from the ground to the highest arc point; It describes the perfect thought in the mind at the moment of decisions and actions. The higher the thoughts in our minds, the wider our door, the longer our path.
So this is Gate to The Future...