The subject of Eda Gecikmez's recent studies is gender, identity and urban politics related to the concepts of body and space. It associates social and political transformations with the history of art and focuses daily on the perspective of past and possible future imaginations. In doing so, he uses and transforms images and situations that are often encountered in everyday life and in the media. By doing so, he slows down the speed of the images produced and consumed abruptly by the contemporary world, examines them more closely and breaks them apart and re-creates them. It invites a violation of the spectator's boundaries by wearing off the usual security areas, and this border is the language that the government uses as an ideological device.