She Was born in Bursa, Turkey in 1989. She has studied in Aydın Ayan and Mustafa Orkun Müftüoğlu workshops in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. She has graduated from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University bachelors of arts with honors degree. She was awarded with third place for “Sakıp Sabancı Art Awards”. The artist has participated in numerous international mixed exhibitions. She is currently pursuing an M.A degree in Anadolu University Fine Arts Graduate School Department of Painting.
2016-"Sakıp Sabancı Art Award", Sabancı Museum, Istanbul
2016-Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Fine Arts, Honors Degree
2016-Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Painting Department, Honors Degree
Exhibitions and Workshops
2018- “FullkarıșıkA”, Kümeart Art Gallery, Istanbul.
2018- “I'm Always at Home”, Gallery Muaf, Istanbul.
2018- “Mixer Sessıons III”, Mixer Art Gallery, Istanbul.
2018- “Meeting Exhibition”, Gallery Muaf, Istanbul.
2018-”Green Wave”, ArtAnkara Contemporary Art Fair, Ankara.
2017- “Sen Düșüyorum Ya Ben?, Mixed Exhibition, Bisanthe Gallery, Tekirdağ.
2017- “Synergie”, Mixed Exhibition, Platform Armoni, Ankara.
2017- “Realistic Utopias”, “7/26”, TÜYAP, Istanbul.
2017- “Bisanthe”4th International Plastic Arts Workshop
2017- “Sinerji/Synergie” Mixed Exhibition, Dibeklihan, Bodrum.
2017-4th National Akçaabat Painting Workshop, Trabzon.
2016- “Graduation Exhibition”, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, İstanbul.
2016- “Sakıp Sabancı Art Awards” Mixed Exhibition, Sabancı Museum, İstanbul.
2015- “AKA-DE-Mİ” Mixed Exhibition, TÜYAP, Istanbul.
2013- Bazaart Mixed Print and Painting Exhibition, The Sofa, İstanbul.
2015- “Young Artists”, Chalabi Art Gallery Mixed Exhibition, Istanbul.
2014- “WATER”,Artists Without Borders Mixed Exhibition, Greece.
2014- “Genç-İz Original Print and Stained Glass” Exhibition, Istanbul.
2014-"Aydın Ayan No.1 Painting Workshop" Group Exhibition, Gallery Binyıl, Istanbul.
In our age the individual is reduced to an indifferent component of production process and to a dull and shallow consumer. The fact that individuals are unable to form an organic unity with their environment leads to isolation of them in a mechanical life where individuals are deprived of the feelings of pleasure and excitement. The melancholic and pessimistic affect of modern spaces forces human beings to question their own nature. Modern spaces with the feeling of crowded- ness they create represent individuals’ cruel indifference and numb selflessness. Modern spaces obliterate individuals’ lively feelings. Abounded spaces, on the other hand, while representing a past life with its expressions, make one wonder about the meaning of obliteration. Spaces with historical continuity and uniqueness reflect the momentary singularity of the feelings extending to the “past”. As the spaces differentiate, the feelings affected by them also diversify. However, what is being lived in our time is the depreciation of the diversification and thus the loss of the sanctity of ‘times’.