The house meets both the concrete shelter and abstract needs of the human being.As an architectural structure, the house is interacted by the user by meeting the physiological, sociological, economic and aesthetic needs of the human being and transforms into a home over time. structure. The artists, who could not find their "I" in the turmoil of the established external order, escaped and tried to cry into the world of their "I" in their house. In other words, the house appears as structures that enclose the individual's "I" and into himself. The house sometimes reinforces the sense of peace and sometimes the uncanny. In this study; The formation of identity through negative and positive experiences with the home by artists with different practices and how they interpret home-body identity with imagination as a creative ability will be examined.
Antony Gormley, Body, Donald Rodney, House, Louise Bourgeois