Dialectic

Murat Dağaşan

Murat Dağaşan

Murat Dağaşan

Murat Dağaşan

He was born in Hamburg in 1972. He graduated from Boğaziçi University, Department of Tourism Management. His passion for photography started at his young age. He was interested in street photography, portraiture and abstract photography. He prefers to reflect the richness of the streets from his eyes. He produces his photographs with artistic concern and the approach that the camera is actually a tool that teaches us how to observe life. He continues his photography works in the New Words in Photography Workshop in order to "make new sentences and use new words in photography". He participates in different training and projects as a member of IFSAK - Istanbul Photography and Cinema Amateurs Association and BÜFOK - Boğaziçi University Photography Club.

Truth is everything that exists around us. The moment when we perceive the existing person / object / event; its called reality.

According to Hegel; The person as a subject is a reality that constantly transforms itself. Pure existence and pure nothingness are the same.

And truth? It is neither being nor nothingness, it is dialectical. Exictence is in nothingness, nothingness in existence. Although they are as different from each other as black and white, it is inseparable like day and night. Shortly it is the disappearance of each of them in their opposite.

It is a transition, a stance, a form of expression.

Just like life.

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