Ceiling Bunker is the result of sketches based on the Bunker Archeology (Paul Virilio) and inspired by Robert Haddeciyan’s book Ceiling.
In the book Ceiling by Rober Haddeciyan, a bedridden patient keeps the diary of a life he has fictionalized on his ceiling. The character in the book understands the events happening in the hospital by following the shadows reflected from the lights in the corridor to the ceiling.
Ceiling Bunker is positioned under the secondary beam on the ceiling in one of Depo’s rooms, framed with light and hanged from the ceiling. Contrary to concepts such as shelter, hiding and protection, it remains unprotected and dysfunctional.
Led neon light, aluminum platform, 2x2x2x2 m, 2020
Pencil and ink on handmade paper, 2020
Photographer: Kayhan Kaygusuz