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Emre Hüner

Working with drawing, video, sculpture, and installations, Emre Hüner (*1977, Istanbul, Turkey) questions the construction of our reality by different narratives. Neochronophobiq (2015) is an invented word, a conjunction of neo (new) and chronophobia (fear of time). The three-channel installation reimagines Anatolia as an unidentifiable topography where technology and nature fuse to create a fictional space and time.

Emre Hüner, Neochronophobiq, 2015, tree-channel video installation, 38 min., installation shot at Protocinema, New York
© Emre Hüner und RODEO, London