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  • Cevdet Erek, Bergama Stereotip (Pergamon Stereotype), 2019–20, architectural construction with thirteen-channel sound, speakers, amplifiers, computer, audio interface, wood, metal, molton curtain. Installation view. Photo: flufoto.

    Cevdet Erek, Bergama Stereotip (Pergamon Stereotype), 2019–20, architectural construction with thirteen-channel sound, speakers, amplifiers, computer, audio interface, wood, metal, molton curtain. Installation view. Photo: flufoto.

    Cevdet Erek

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    Architectural interventions and sonic experiments are components in the work of Cevdet Erek, an Istanbul-based artist and drummer with the rock band Nekropsi. For Room of Rhythms, 2010–12, at Documenta 13 in 2012, Erek installed a monolithic tower of black speakers in the upper floor of Kassel’s C&A department store, transforming the vacant space with overlapping beats and the speakers’ gridlike sculptural presence. His SSS, Shore Scene Soundtrack, 2012, winner of that year’s Nam June Paik Award, comprised a synthetic carpet and an instruction booklet that explained how to caress its surface to

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