For her first exhibition at that’s what x said, Emel Aydin portrays her attraction for the body. As a self-taught artist, she started drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. She then took the time to explore her practice and find her own style during the pandemic. In her work, she represents bodies that are often naked and always vulnerable. She explores the poetry within their movements, rendering each motion graceful and filled with melancholy. The bodies in her artworks offer to be read as the envelope to our emotions, through its position, tensions, or hand placements.
Emel Aydin uses body language to exacerbate human sensibility through her delicate and thin strokes. She mainly works with the colour blue, which could be interpreted as cold but is translating a calm atmosphere and is reassuring to her. Her work is an ode to the body and intimacy, her lines translating our inner worlds.
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