SERKAN OZKAYA
Dear Sir or Madam



What a Museum Should Really Look Like



Proletarier Aller Laender



Today Could Be a Day of Historical Importance








Bring Me The Head of...



A Sudden Gust of Wind



Atlas



Homo Practicus



One and Three Pasta (with George L. Legendre)



Mirage



Steven Toole, The Artlover



MyMoon



An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in New York



WORKS—


David (inspired by Michelangelo)


“[Ozkayaʼs] David is essentially neither his nor Michelangeloʼs. Instead, the statue becomes part of two collective processes: first, collective memory, the intersubjective process that accumulates infinite images of the same art object; and second, digital fabrication, the computer program that allows all surfaces of a three dimensional object to be reproduced in minute detail. Ozkayaʼs statue after Michelangelo is essentially a double fabric, as its own skin originates in material as well as cultural fabrication.” Spyros Papapetros, Double



“...a grandiose failure” Michael Greissel, ERBES






“a literal bump in the road" Power Ekroth, Artforum


“The spectacularly worst was Serkan Ozkaya's thirty-foot-tall golden replica of Michelangelo's David, which fell over upon installation and broke into pieces.” T.J.Demos, Artforum