"Ceylan Öztrük investigates the normative aspects of knowledge production. Through her multi-disciplinary artistic work, she creates a narrative with the specific information that transforms knowledge into tools of power. For Sculpture Garden, she presents an installation composed of mirrors cut out in the form of undulations that float in the basins of the rose garden of Parc La Grange. In sociology the so-called “ripple effect” can be observed when social interactions affect situations not directly related to the initial interaction. In Ripple Effect; Nazar Module, Ceylan Öztrük embodies and reifies the ripple effect image as a sculpture expanding across the water."

Ripple Effect; Nazar Module, 2021-2022
Sculpture Garden, Geneva Biennale, Curated by Devrim Bayar