1990, Adana

 Exhibitions & Screenings 

2019          Garage Pop Up - No Par

2019          Extra Ordinary- Embark Arts, San Francisco

2019          Ovoid - Playspace Gallery, San Francisco

2019          Video Can Not - Salesforce Tower, San Francisco

2019          Substrate(s) - Hubbel Street Galleries, San Francisco


2019          No Place Else- Hubbel Street Galleries, San Francisco

2019          Gesture in Response - Canyon Cinema, San Francisco

2018          It Literally Is What It Is- Playspace Gallery, San Francisco


2018          Essence of Unity- Hubbell Street Galleries, San Francisco

2017          Rethinking Heritage - Blok Art Space, Istanbul

2014          Loop - FASS Art Gallery, Istanbul

2012          Following My Dreams - FASS Art Gallery, Istanbul



Teaching Assistant - Dystopian Sci-Fi Cinema with Nilgun Bayraktar, CCA


Teaching Assistant - Narrative Strategies Workshop with Lynn Marie Kirby, CCA


CCA - Junior Review Panelist



Anderson Ranch Scholarship


Koc Foundation Scholarship


MFA Fine Arts - California College of the Arts, San Francisco


BA Visual Arts and Visual Communications Design - Sabanci University, Istanbul



We live in a world that is becoming highly visual and aesthetics are utilized to connect with individuals’ desires. While computers are integrating into our daily lives, the perception of world is transforming with shortening of distances and durations. I investigate the fluidity of our perception within this visually simulated world we navigate through – either it is a designed digital world or a physical world filled with logos, billboards and various other graphic elements.


In my practice I explore concepts through finding the poetry they carry in mundane. Within the technologically connected routine of the daily, every individual is a profile. We cast a shadow that is a collection of data, whatever we see is the discourse of our world, we reach to any object, location and information with just a simple click and we keep on clicking.



Instructor - Introdcution to Video Production, Randall Museum