Istanbul Infinity: Aydin Büyüktas Recreates Turkish Cityscapes In A New Dimension

Turkish photographer Aydın Büyüktaş shares with us his incredible pictures of Istanbul, twisted into an infinite city. Aydin found inspiration in Edwin Abbott’s 1884 satirical novella Flatland: A Romance Of Many Dimensions, a story set in a two dimensional world of fixed shapes and rigid boundaries. Aydin wants us to look anew on the cityscape, seeking new angles and with it another dimension. Rid of a visible horizon, his giddying images are like being sat at the top of a rollercoaster waiting for the swoop.

 

Yeni Cami Turkey

sYeni Cami Turkey

Buyuktas Aydin Grand Bazaar

Buyuktas Aydin Grand Bazaar

Buyuktas Aydin Bus Station

Buyuktas Aydin Bus Station

Fenerbahce Stadium

Fenerbahce Stadium

Kurbagli dere

Kurbagli dere

Maltepe Stadi

Maltepe Stadi

Sali Pazari

Sali Pazari

Sultan Ahmet

Sultan Ahmet

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