Love eludes from its form- love begins to fight against its own forms for being love again. It asks again, why should it be concealed, isn't it Love? -
Starting from 2013 “isn’t it Love?” photo series was a witness to a private queer-themed party chain that was periodically organized by a group of friends in Istanbul, Turkey. To respect the privacy of the subjects of those parties, and to feel and understand the existences in front of her, Ceren Saner looked more into the act of love rather than the faces behind it. Influenced by the fluidity of love and its liberating atmosphere she became part of in those moments, Saner found herself questioning notions such as true love, right way of loving, or solely- to love. Then she continued to follow her personal path later in the public parties of the LGBTQI+ movement with this series as well until she left Turkey in 2016.