I don't believe in culture ... I believe in encounters. -- Gilles Deleuze

Kerem Ergener

November 28th - December 7th 2022

Opening Reception: Saturday December 3rd 7 pm


In this new multimedia installation, the artist shares his multicultural and multireligious environment he witnessed while growing up in Izmir, Turkey.

The streets he grew up in were filled with the noises from different cultures, all welcoming. You could have heard ezan (Islamic call for prayer) and church bells at the same time. The euphony of smells, tastes and sound was all around him. In this installation, you will experience calls from different religions all around you. Persistence, inviting but never demanding.


Kerem Ergener is an electronic music composer and multimedia artist whose works have been part of many compilations around the world. His solo work has been released under his own name and under the nickname “Le Horla”. He founded his record label Le Horla Records that aims to bring out unheard avant-garde and experimental sound to listeners in 2016. After he graduated from Istanbul Technical University MIAM Sonic Arts he moved to Bangkok as an academician where he organized concerts and sound installations. At the time of this performance, Kerem was a PhD candidate at Louisiana State University’s Experimental Music and Digital Media program.



Pricing and further documentation available on request. Contact gallery@yeswecannibal.org. All work is copyright of the artist(s) 2022.