When Devran Mursaloğlu (1961, Istanbul) returned to Istanbul after completing her education in architecture and engineering at the Institut Supérieur Industriel de Bruxelles in Brussels, he joined Devabil Kara's workshop in the Marmara University's painting department. Mursaloğlu, who lives and works in Istanbul, has been represented by Pg Art Gallery since 2011. Artist mostly work done using paper, Mardin Biennial (2010), Tahtakale Hamam in Istanbul (2011), such as site-specific large projects and Alsancak Station in Izmir (2009), including found Turkey in many parts exhibited possibility. First, a paper designer a great reputation gained and located Mursaloğlu in international exhibitions, herself acknowledged as Turkey's most important paper artist and her work has been included in important collections in various places in Turkey. In Mursaloğlu's works, the primordial forms and shapes develop from a single material and increase their weight when subjected to spatial arrangements. The careful handling of available materials potentially leads to repetition, construction and transformation; folding and wrapping are not only manifestations of movement, but also serve to establish a relationship between structure and possibility. Yet, in this repetition network, everything dissolves into elongation and continuity, rather than remaining objects standing alone; only the whole, not the parts, are distinguishable. Trying to discover the visual and spatial metaphors that reflect the complexity of living artists in Turkey, with the most basic gestures social space, dots, it can be imagined as an empty paper saturated with clean lines and surfaces.