Çağla Köseoğulları's practice encompasses painting, drawing, video and ceramic works that develop from her research around drawing. In her works, the artist focuses on social and psychological landscapes, the natural environment and its animate and inanimate parts by establishing relationships with the concepts of space and memory. In her recent works, Köseoğulları focuses on charcoal and charcoal powder on paper, ink works on PVC and ceramic sculptures. In these works, she examines the ways and possibilities of the expression of bodily memory. With her volatile and fragile works, which are open to environmental influences and open to environmental effects, Köseoğulları raises questions about the relationship between image, material and surface, and invites us to consider the distance between the presence of the image and the concepts of gesture and trace.