Arslan Sükan (b. 1973, Ankara, Turkey) is a photographer living and working between New York and Istanbul. Exploring the extended mediation on space Sükan deploys the material of architecture and photography to construct images of spaces and surfaces that exist uncomfortably between the physical and the virtual. Sükan’s digitally manipulated images are built from deliberate acts of layering and subtraction, which aim to confirm viewer expectations at first glance while undercutting them in practice.
Sükan has a degree in Interior Architecture and Environmental Design from Bilkent University and studied photography at The School of Visual Arts. His works have been exhibited at the Maxxi Museum in Rome, Museum Haus Konstruktiv in Zurich, FIVE ELEVEN in New York, Araart in Seoul, and Galerist and Elgiz Museum of Contemporary art in Istanbul.
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