Bruna Esposito’s oeuvre is highly articulated: in fact, it alternates strong provocations to the severity of utopian projects. Her works are grounded on interventions, often in urban contexts, in which the destabilization of the key elements is crucial; it is often a question of nuances that go from the poetic to the ironic. The project Alla turca, which consists in an exhibition and a book, comprehends two series of works: the first one was realized in the eighties when the artist was living in Berlin and she noticed several abandoned public toilets that inspired her for the creation of a series of installations; the second were preparatory drawings for the 2003 Istanbul Biennale. The book includes texts by Anni Ratti and Dan Cameron.