Hypochondriac features works that host parralleled symmetrical and asymmetrical ideas. In some cases, we also observe two versions of the same work, representing opposite poles. In Bullet, layered paper is situated in two separate, physical pieces to form a single relief sculpture. The right piece harbors precise straight lines which turn chaotically curved as they transition to the left piece. The work encompasses frenzy and serenity all at once - two moments of the same experience.

Placing the challenges of form and content at the center of his production, Seçkin Pirim describes Hypochondriac as "an exhibition that overlaps with my life, it lays my life bare. Each work has a story, and a corresponding title. I healed each of those conditions and deteriorations by working in a free and spontaneous manner. I had to genuinely force myself to venture beyond my own borders.”

Combined methods of obsessively symmetrical and precise optical effects with the exact opposite: a spontaneous and un-calculated style of production were used to create this new series of work. In Hypochondriac, the artist explores his personal struggle with hypochondria, the constant worry of having a serious illness, through his art practice. Pirim questions whether or not the notion of ‘the distorted’ or ‘immaculate’ can be described as diseased. Ultimately, Pirim accepts this duality as his own, without recourse or internal criticism. With this artistic process the artist examines himself and his art through a completely unfiltered lens.