SERHAT KIR - KANTAR
For me, night is the time to be alone with the things I’ve experienced during the day and face them again. I like to wander around when there is no one around. Or at uncanny places. During these wanderings, I enter into a state of relating to places, objects and things, and asking questions. With the fall of darkness, those visible during daytime disappear, and those that are not visible during daytime become visible. Night and darkness make voids, pits, and absences visible, and they cause an unknown. In this situation of obscurity, where people are busy and spend their time during the day but becomes a ghost town with the introduction of darkness, a new time begins for me. On my walking route which is indeed a narrow area, I try to question what I have experienced. And this state of questioning is reflected in the photographs with the help of heaviness of the night.