‘I am the Mountain’

During the process when  I was in Bursa Misi Village, wherever I came over the village I see this landscape of the mountain. The fact that the surrounding of the mountain is covered with trees has increased the visibility of the concrete poured on it and has become a landscape that surrounds the village as it is. In this region, where landslides are seen, people could only find such a solution to the road below the mountain not being blocked. Can this solution, which is thought to facilitate human and human life, question the existence of man who rules nature? How does it feel to be in the place of the mountain that has ruled the village with its own stance? Is it possible to look from the other side of the mountain? 

‘I am the Mountain’ searches for the answers to these questions.

3’4”, video 2+1 AP, 2020  + Google Earth Images