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BORA YERLİYURT

After completing his undergraduate and graduate studies in Architecture at Yıldız Technical University, he completed his doctorate on "Urban Transformation" in the field of urban planning. Bora Yerliyurt's articles published in various magazines in

BURÇAK BİNGÖL

Burçak Bingöl acquired her PhD degree in Arts in 2008 at Hacettepe University Fine Arts Faculty, Ankara. Between 1985-91 she completed her studies at the Ankara State Conservatory Department of Chorus (Part Time)  and in 2009 she finished a

CAN GÜNDÜZ

Architect, sociologist, filmmaker. Full-time lecturer at IYTE Architecture Department. He has a bachelor's degree in architecture from Middle East Technical University, Ankara, a master's degree in architecture

CANSU ÇAKAR

Cansu Çakar is a miniature artist born in 1988 in Istanbul and currently lives in Izmir and Beirut. She studied at the department of Traditional Turkish Arts at Dokuz Eylül University, Faculty of Fine Arts

CHARLOTTE KENT

CHARLOTTE KENT, PhD is the Assistant Professor of Visual Culture and Program Director for Art History at Montclair State University. Her work focuses on how various linguistic and visual rhetorical devices constrain what we are capable of seeing; whether examining art criticism, museum wall text, ekphrastic poetry, data visualizations or social media posts, her work questions why some things are so easily ignored. Her current research builds on that foundation to investigate the cultural context contributing to the rise of the absurd in contemporary art and speculative design. 

DENİZ ASLAN

Deniz Aslan was born in Istanbul in 1964, graduated from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) in 1986. He acquired his master’s degree from Yıldız Technical University, Institute of Science, Landscape Planning Program, with his thesis on "Historical

DENİZ GÜL

Deniz Gül (b. in Izmir in 1982) is a conceptual artist. Her practice, which navigates between visual arts and literature embraces an experimental and poetic approach. How objects become bodies and spaces to dwell in is a theme that developed in her work throughout years. Gül uses a wide pallette of organic and inorganic materials to their extremes, experimenting how materials come together and manifest a presence. Milk, plaster, acid, oil, water, rice, sugar, wood, glass, metal are some of these materials Gül choses to use. Centers and peripheries, bodies and identities, history and memory, life and death, language and archetypes, rituals and metaphors, such are the relations Deniz Gül dissects meticulously. Following a similar thread in literature, Gül arrives at an in between zone of “unlearning”, a zone that is not dominated by meaning, but by all means open to an emergence of experience, of possibilities.

EDA SOYAL

Eda Soyal received her Bachelor's degree in Architecture from the KTU in 2010 and her Master’s degree in 2013 from UCL’s Architectural History and Theory Programme. She held a research assistant position with the Faculty of Architecture at the Mardin Artuklu University between 201 and 2018.

ELİF HANT

Elif Hant graduated from the Department of Architecture, Gazi University in 2015. Upon graduation, she started working at Hayalgücü Tasarım in Ankara. After her office experience, she enrolled into ITU Architectural Design Graduate Program the

EMRE ÖZYETİŞ

Emre Ozyetis graduated from the Middle East Technical University with Bachelor's degrees in Architecture in 2000 and Philosophy in 2010. He started doing a postgraduate degree with the RMIT University under the SIAL in 2011 which he completed in 2013 with his thesis on Manfredo Tafuri and the critique of architectural ideology. Özyetis continues his research activities on the topics of destruction, memory and codes.