With the intervention in the forested areas in Izmir Nazarköyand BelgradeForest, Aydın suggests a new path for the flow of water through a labyrinthine path that he has made with clay. The water previously flowing with the natural angles and coves in nature now continues to flow through the shapes dictated by the labyrinth. While the perfect form of the clay structure is affected by the process, the water returns to its natural path. The labyrinth’s previously determined exit and entrance and the nature’s own way of emergence and disappearance can be observed in the process; human intervention in nature and nature’s own intervention into this constructed process create a cycle of two dynamics interwoven, each with its own rules.
Commissioned within the scope of SAHA Studio program and produced wit hthe support of SAHA.