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Changes, 3:33 min, 2016

Imprint on steel, silver car paint glossy, wooden frame,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5cm

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The Sound of Silence, 3:06 min, 2016

Imprint on steel, red car paint glossy, wooden frame,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5cm

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I Fought The Law, 2:12 min, 2015

Imprint on steel, black car paint glossy, wooden frame,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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Under Pressure, 3:57 min, 2015

Imprint on steel, golden car paint glossy, wooden frame,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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I Know What You Want, 4:14 min, 2013

Imprint on stainless steel, car paint, framed,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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Walk And Don’t Look Back, 3:40 min, 2013

Imprint on stainless steel, car paint, framed,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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Sha La La, 2:58 min, 2013

Imprint on stainless steel, car paint, framed,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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Upside Down, 3:13 min, 2013

Imprint on stainless steel, car paint, framed,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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What’s The Difference, 4:00 min, 2013

Imprint on stainless steel, car paint, framed,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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I Need A Dollar, 4:12 min, 2013

Imprint on stainless steel, car paint, framed,
H 93,5 × W 93,5 × D 5 cm

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Modern Vision, 4:39 min, 2011

Imprint on tin plate, framed,
H 88,5 × W 88,5 × D 4 cm

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Blister In The Sun, 2:27 min, 2011

Imprint on tin plate, framed,
H 88,5 × W 88,5 × D 4 cm

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No Melody, 4:10 min, 2011

Imprint on tin plate, framed,
H 88,5 × W 88,5 × D 4 cm

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Ince Ince, 3:40 min, 2011

Imprint on tin plate, framed,
H 88,5 × W 88,5 × D 4 cm

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One Way Another, 3:36 min, 2011

Imprint on tin plate, framed,
H 88,5 × W 88,5 × D 4 cm

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Dim The Lights, 6:08 min, 2011

Imprint on tin plate, framed,
H 88,5 × W 88,5 × D 4 cm

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Lucky in Vichy, 5:42 min, 2007

Imprint on tar paper, H 90 × W 90 cm

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Will You Love Me Tomorrow, 2:45 min, 2011

Imprint on white paper, H 70 × W 70 cm

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Imprint on paper, tar paper, tin plate and steel through dancing with stiletto heels on the paper. Each sheet draws different embossings, depending on the song and its length.



The way the tin plate functions here is analogous to a photographic plate: The heels have pressed themselves into the material as the trace of a moment, just as a beam of light leaves behind a photochemical reaction on the negative, bearing witness to something that was once there. Aladağ presents the metal sheet’s reverse where the heel prints protrude towards us, corresponding to the photographic positive.

(excerpt from the text by Nico Anklam)