Ongoing since 2008, the series consist of abstract compositions realized at night, originating from Yeğinsü’s tendency to “paint with the camera”. Wandering through the city at an extreme pace, our perception of it is more reminiscent of a moving, blurry impression rather than a static image. With this state of mind, both the photographer and her environment are in constant movement. On the other hand, the artificial lights rendering the city visible at night endow it with its external contours, thus its identity. Beams of light captured by the lens are no longer an instrument rendering objects visible; they become the image itself, the primary component of the abstract landscape. The camera functions like the brush, reinterpreting the observed reality in an abstract expressionist manner. The light itself, on the other hand, becomes the paint.