The exhibition can be visited until June 10, 2024; In addition to his selection of installations, sculptures, videos, photographs, canvases and neons, which Halil Altındere, born in Mardin, has been creating with his unique, sarcastic language since the late 1990s; It consists of works he has produced in recent years that blend the science fiction universe of Star Wars with the traditions of murakka and miniature.

Halil Altındere's exhibition titled Motherland; Along with thirty-six works dealing with institutions, borders, identities, wars, technologies, traditions, futures, popular culture and subcultures, there are carpets with militaristic iconography produced with the help of artificial intelligence and robotic knitting technique in the last two years, and carpets produced specifically for the exhibition and produced for the first time. It includes an animation to be seen in Mardin.

In addition to the artist's recent works that have been shown in many museums and institutions such as the Venice Biennale, the Gwangju Biennale, the Rome Maxxi Museum and the Neue Berliner Kunstverein, the murakka blends tradition with the future with his carpet series inspired by the war carpets of Afghan artisans, which are symbols of resistance and solidarity. His works meet his audience for the first time in Mardin.

The exhibition is in collaboration with Sakıp Sabancı Museum and PİLOT Gallery; It is carried out with the support of Transtaş, Petrol Ofisi, MV Holding, CMC Holding, Stepevi, Teknosa, A4 Ofset and Yaşar Holding.