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Dasvant is a noncommercial showcase for us to exhibit the work we have shot/done/distorted. It's our turn to get behind the camera. Sorry for the the glitches and mistakes.


Dasvant is derived from the word das[u]vant in Hittite language. It means blind. We have chosen it as a title for its obvious irony and as a small tribute to the cultural heritage of the land on which we live.






dasvant is a project of stb

read more vitae cyclum 

posted on 10.01.2017 

Vitae Cyclum / Can Mengiliboru


AsiKeci - GozGozuGor v2.0 exhibition

watch this video in
vimeo or youtube

read more Naked Eye 

posted on 31.03.2016 

AsiKeci - GozGozuGor exhibition
Video: Ozlem Mengiliboru


read more Bak 

posted on 31.03.2016 

Bak / Can Mengiliboru

10/10/2015 explosion, Ankara Central railway station

AsiKeci - GozGozuGor exhibition



read more photos 1 

posted on 10.12.2011 

04.08.2011, Assos-Turkey

read more carpe diem 

posted on 30.08.2010 

Shot on Dikmen Valey during a public concert.

Makes obvious that it is difficult to change focus fast.

read more oblecto 

posted on 29.08.2010 

First shots with 5D Mark II. The fish eye lens was borrowed.

The security guard made us uncomfortable, so we had to wrap sooner than we would have liked to.

More portraits and action would have been much nicer...

read more hititler 

posted on 29.08.2010 

Hittites was the first literate civilzation in Anatolia (B.C 1650 – B.C.). At that time Anatolia was known as the Land of Hatti. Besides the Hatti City States formed by the native population, Anatolia was also on the path of settlers. The Hittite civilization is made up of a mixture of those.

The sculpture in Sihhiye Ankara was adapted from a Hatti sun course found in Alacahöyük.
Unfortunately, the sculptor Nusret Suman died on the way to the opening ceremony.

Hatti Güneş Kursu

At the beginning, the sun courses were used for astrological measurements, and later on they were used in ceremonies and rituals.

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