Sanatorium welcomes its new season with the solo exhibitions of artists Gizem Akkoyunoğlu and Yunus Emre Erdoğan. Erdoğan's first solo exhibition "Sounds of Secrecy" will be on display at Sanatorium from Sept. 1 to Oct. 3. The artist, who is in search of the physical boundaries of space and its subjective cognition, continues his act of looking in private, interior spaces. The details, whose outside connection is cut off, draws significant attention in Erdoğan's work. It seems that the artist's inner journey reflects the sequences he chooses. His works are mostly formed with graphite, and it can be said that spatial elements in the details of the works occasionally elude their figural form and serve a new consideration with genuine use of the technique. Born in 1988, the artist received his bachelor's degree from Dokuz Eylül University's Faculty of Fine Arts where he currently is pursuing his master's degree. The artist continues to produce his work at Input-Output, an İzmir-based independent project and art area that was co-founded by the artist himself, and his workshop in İzmir. "Laboratory of Life" Sanatorium (2013), "...With All the Changes that Loomed Far Behind the Horizon" Mars Istanbul (2013), "Apparatus Criticus & Locus / Footnotes" Künstlerhaus, Stuttgart & Lotte, Stuttgart (2013), "The Spirit of Paper" Alan Istanbul (2014), "Where Am I?" Kare Sanat (2014), "Innominate Spaces" Mieszkanie, Gepperta and Wrocław (2014), "Mamut Art Project '15" Küçükçiftlik Park (2015) and "Photocopies" Adnan Saygun Sanat Merkesi / A.A.S.S.M, İzmir (2015) and Cosmic Room Input-Output Nonprofit Space (2012) are some of the projects that he recently participated.