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Yaprak Göker

MA work

PENSATO: The Imaginary Note

PENSATO: The Imaginary Note is a graphic score with three movements, designed to explore how repetition becomes rhythm. It is an instrument that becomes you, a multiverse people keep coming back to.

Taking playfulness and improvisation as fundamental characteristics, the score communicates through colours and patterns instead of written information. Each movement transforms the reading process into a quasi-musical experience, where reading becomes an execution of a rhythmic sequence. It invites audiences to feel the sound as a texture and to become its co-producers.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Information Experience Design, 2019

    Specialism

    ied--sound-design

  • Degrees

  • BA Visual Arts and Communication Design, Sabancı University, Istanbul, 2016; Minor, Art Theory and Criticism, Sabancı University, Istanbul, 2016; MA, Sound Engineering and Design, Center for Advanced Studies in Music (MIAM), Istanbul Technical University, 2017
  • Experience

  • Sound technician, Zorlu Performing Arts Center, İstanbul, 2017; Production and Design Director, Chromas, Istanbul, 2016–2019; Sound engineer intern, Babajim İstanbul Studios and Mastering, Istanbul, 2015; Artist assistant, IKSV (İstanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts), Istanbul, 2014–2017; Art director intern, McCANN, Istanbul, 2015; Teaching assistant, Sabancı University, Istanbul, 2015–2016
  • Exhibitions

  • Les Jours de Pleine Lune, La Tolerie, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 2017; XPLD’ for block9, The Silver Building, London, 2017; SoundSide, Royal College of Art White City Campus, London, 2017; Senses + Space, RCA Kensington Campus, London, 2018; Sirens in the Blank, Hockney Gallery, London, 2018; Entangle, New River Studios, London, 2018; Digital Playground, Children’s Media Conference, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield, 2018; Late Light, Anatomy Museum, King's College , London, 2019