Özge Tan’s surreal ceramic sculptures and installations offer both mystery and absorbing detail. Not much has been written about the young, Turkish artist. Yet, her work carries an enormous presence and delicate detailing. Much of Tan’s recent work has the motif of obscured faces, often enveloped by floral growths or abstractions.
Recent pieces have also experimented with lighting, like “”Parlak günlerin parlak anısı” (which translates to “The Bright Memory of Bright Days”). The ceramic lamp creates a ghostly effect for the sculptor’s infiltrating flora.
See more of the artist’s recent works below.