In our ordinary, routine lives far from interrogation, distress and risk; we have always found ‘legendary’ lives extraordinary, and we have sometimes longed for, and sometimes hated them. Even the hated lives at extreme points have been made idols by exaggeration.
Many things that are made visible for all have gained a ’15 minute reputation’ by over- declarations. An object can be called ordinary or extraordinary depending on its presentation.
Just like lace reflecting sorrow, innocence or lust depending on its presentation. Depending on the presentaion style and composition; different colours, patterns and details out of bodies covered with lace will present different fetish approaches to the sorrow, lust and innocence concepts in the memory of the audience and will lead them to their extreme points…
Ozgul ARSLAN, 2005