Adem Toprak - Samsara

Samsara, Land art, 250 × 250 cm.
Palm stem

Samsara is the concept that defines the cycle of birth-death-rebirth in Hinduism. All living beings find themselves in the cycle of life. The reason why Hindus believe in samsara is that they believe that the absolute knowledge that will ensure the ultimate salvation of the soul can only be achieved through the experience of stages one by one in the period of such successive existence. Because such an experience cannot be completed during a single existence.

Adem Toprak was born in Kurtalan district of Siirt in 1990. In 2013, he graduated from Dokuz Eylül University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Sculpture. Since 2017, he has been continuing his education in DEU FFA Sculpture Department. He took part in various group exhibitions and art projects. He continues his art works in his studio in Izmir.

Exhibition Unit: Factory Settings