Social range; It is the distance between the transforming society and the existing society due to the social structure's inability to keep up with the innovations along with the political, economic and socio-cultural changes. Art fillsthisgap in society. Nicolas Bourriaud evaluates post-1990 art in his Relational Aesthetics and sees relational art as a band-aid for the deteriorating social structure of the modern age. It acts that social wounds can only be healed by increasing human relations. Thus, aesthetic perception; transforms the viewer into a participant and the space into a space of human relations. This study examines post-1990 art with relational art contexts. Some of the artists who approach space as the space of human relations are included. It is aimed to evaluate the new aesthetic value of the perception of space arising from the social gap in today's art and its contexts based on the relational pattern.
Keywords: Space, social range, relational aesthetics, relational art, relational space