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Artist Esra Yazıcı Tözge's first solo exhibition, "I Am Nobody," has opened its doors at Goba Art & Design. Having participated in numerous group exhibitions with her sculptures, Tözge now reflects her search for her own role within the meaning of life in her solo exhibition. Tözge focuses on the verses of Emily Dickinson, Özdemir Asaf, Aziz Nesin, Kahraman Tazeoğlu, Can Yücel, and Nazım Hikmet, which question perspectives on life.

Her sculptures reflect the projection of an internal quest driven by questioning one's outlook on life. The exhibition, which centers on adding meaning to life and the activities of individuals giving meaning to themselves within life, encourages viewers to contemplate being "nobody" and choosing "nothingness." Tözge states that her quest for the meaning of life and her role within it is never-ending, and in this search, the answer she feels closest to is "nobody."

I’m Nobody, Who Are You?
Image: Photography: Goba Art&Design

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