In his works, İbrahim Erdoğan (b.1992 Batman) talks about a kind of gap that always exists between a concrete creation and the audience. While trying to capture the fragility of glass for this immaterial space in his works with a contemporary perspective, he generally aims to include everyday objects and different media elements in this questioning and transform the narrative into mental contradictions within the intuitive searches between concept and material, and aim to show the consciousness that art imposes on the image with an inter-space-oriented style. In addition to including a political observation in a contemporary expression, his works also examine sociocultural elements from an experimental point of view.
GLASMUSEUM in Hessen, Germany (2019); PXL-MAD, Belgium (2019); New Glass Review'39, USA (2017); Regional Museum Czechia (2019); MusVerre 50ème année, France (2019); Harn Museum of Gallery, USA (2016); Warm Glass, UK (2015); Base Istanbul (2017); UrbanGlass, New york (2019); Grinter Gallery, USA (2016); Corning Museum of Glass / Rakow Collection New york, (2020); Glass Furnace, Istanbul (2018); CERmodern, Ankara (2015); Alexander Tutsek Stiftung, Munich (2018); Berlin Glas e.V. (2016); Glass Art Sociaty GAS, Seattle (2020); Istanbul Archaeological Museums: Troy (2018); WARP Gallery, USA (2015); He takes part in various exhibitions and invitations such as Just Looking for an Attenion, Belgium (2019) and continues his work in Institut für Künstlerische Keramik und Glas (IKKG) Germany.