Erol Eskici’s (1984, Hakkari) practice mainly focuses on painting, drawing and objects. He researches the symbolism, relationships and analogies between, human-made structures, processes, institutions and natural structures. He makes connections between different elements from the disciplines of geology, architecture and natural history and conflicts them. He produces series focusing on certain concepts, techniques or occupations. Eskici graduated from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Painting Department. He opened four solo shows, “Low Voltage-High Damage” (2010), “Lost Frequency” (2011) in Mac Art Gallery Istanbul, “Nostomania” (2015) and ''Stratigrapher' '(2018) in SANATORIUM. He participated in many group exhibitions such as “Sanctity and Despotism of Progress” (Alan İstanbul, 2013), “Unhappy Ready -Made” (KUAD Gallery, 2014), “Where Am I?” (Kare Art Gallery, 2014), “Sublime” (SANATORIUM, 2014), “Home” (Evliyagil Museum, 2017).
The artist lives and works in Cologne, Germany.