Past Perfect Tense

In big historical events, the natural gesture of people who take risks to create history on the streets has a huge potential to turn into monuments and statues. In the middle of the revolution and on the streets, every single look, every single move, everyone’s hand in the air, and everyone’s feet on the grey asphalt can be frozen forever to show the truth of the moment. Later, these gestures can fill up the space as monuments on the same streets. But there are also daily moments that we freeze by shooting them as photos on normal days. There is no danger. We are ordinary. And our bodies are silent and non-political, inside of our homes. What will happen if we turn into a monument for these ordinary frozen moments of the past? This is the question of this project.