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Elif Varol Ergen’s Absorbing Thoughts on Identity and Femininity

Elif Varol Ergen‘s arresting illustrations mix themes of feminism, mysticism, and individuality. The Turkish performer utilizes both digital and traditional means to relay these visions, equipped with a strong mix of approaches and impacts.

Her job has developed over time, but nowadays, the artist claims “illustrates rebel female personalities and proceed away from all kind of definitions and identities of women which have been placed by the male dominance. She utilizes mostly ‘witch and wicca’ metaphors because of her rebellion women whose behaviors entirely against the conventional ideas and view of the society.”

The artist has amassed experience as both a practicing artist and also an instructional. A statement states that “after graduation for the Ph.D. thesis and artistic studies she researched about underground art and contemporary examples in Europe and Japan.”

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