The "Resilience" exhibition of Anke Eilergerhard, whose hypnotizing sculptures attracted attention, produced with a unique technique and which includes original sculptures that stimulate not only sight, but also touch, taste and smell, has opened at the Anna Laudel Gallery.

In the exhibition, which can be seen on three floors of the gallery until Sunday, December 27, the artist, who shapes the silicone layers like a cake dough, stacks world-renowned kitchen objects in a mysterious symmetry, almost defying the gravity.

Eilergerhard's works, which he carefully produced with this technique, take their place in feminist discourse both in terms of aesthetics and by rejecting traditional kitchen objects identified with women all over the world.

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