Underground / Yeraltı

Underground “Underground” focuses on a different topography of auditory life. A space that is full of all the submerged and hidden materiality of the urban topography: metro lines, energy distribution networks, data networks, pipe networks. Where sound carries as physical

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Haydarpaşa’da Bir Gar / A Gar In Haydarpasa

A Station in HaydarpaşaA knot coalescing; the meeting point of Europe and the Middle East for nearly a century, Haydarpaşa Station is now a shadow of its past. In the last five years it has been planned to be sold

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Pazar Ekonomisi

Pazar Ekonomisi Tarlabaşı pazarını tarayan ‘Pazar Ekonomisi’ sokağı her hafta ziyaret eden semt halkı ve pazarcıların pazar ile olan örgülerini incelerken, marketin kurulduğu sokak boyunca yapılan bir dizi ses kaydı ile semt yaşamının ortalama koşullarına ani bir bakış açısı sağlıyor.Her

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Vector Lover

In their search for new timbres, musicians composers frequently alternate between the roles of a composer, instrument designer and performer. In the case of live electronic music, the performance with designed instrument or software at a specific time and location

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A House in Tarlabaşı / Tarlabaşı’nda Bir Ev

A House in Tarlabasi The house gives us a break, calmness, and comfort against the demands of the outside world. Putting out our shoes, making tea, sitting on the sofa, and silence. The home is a constant and effective concept

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Istanbul Soundscape Project

Istanbul Soundscape Project günlük kent yaşamına işitsel bir perspektiften yaklaşırken şehrin akustik ekolojisinin korunmasıyla ilgili farkındalık yaratmayı amaçlıyor. İstanbul’un hızla değişen kent atmosferi karşısında STK ve derneklerle işbirliği yaparak şehrin geleceğinde söz sahibi olmayı amaçlayan proje şehrin akustik ekolojisini korumak

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An Audio Tale

Childhood is when we learn through play. A return to childhood can be on of the themes behind the experimentation of the avant-garde’s and the creations of many artists who sought to combine art forms with the original states of

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Cosmic Scales

Three laws devised by Johannes Kepler to define the mechanics of planetary motion. The first law states that planets move in an elliptical orbit, with the Sun being one focus of the ellipse. This law identifies that the distance between

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Fortune Teller (Prototype 01)

In Turkey, there is a widespread habit of fortune-telling and extensive use of astrology. My work originated from the desire of destabilizing these beliefs and habits. I have created a patch that is able to generate speculative planets on its

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Body Talk

The Gezi protests changed the political scene in Turkey. It was not just local; it was global and influenced people all over the world. People were in the streets. I wanted to reflect the grouping of people in resistance and

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Cut Hands

In May 2015, I had a chance to work at the field of architecture with the installation ‘Cut Hands’ using 20 speakers and 20 channels distributed across Istanbul Technical University Macka Building. The building has been constructed by the members

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“Slow Animals”, Madame CLAUDE, Berlin

Since antiquity, the concepts of imitation and mimesis have been important for meaning of artistic expression. Both Plato and Aristotle defined ‘mimesis’ as an imitation of nature. Music involves mimesis. Musical materials and structures find resemblances and echoes in the

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New York Electronics, 2013

While at New York, riding the subway was part of my daily routine. During my journeys, I started to become intrigued by the ambient noises. I was also worried about evolving technology rendering these rather ancient, mechanic sounds obsolete. Combined

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It’s Still You

Freud attempted to describe the metamorphic and plastic power of the human imagination in dream-life in ‘Interpretation of Dreams’. Correspondingly, I reflected on the experience of dream and used delays and reverbs to put it into a particular landscape metaphor. 

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Bedroom Spirit

Perceiving today’s music takes time, because a lot of objects and sound events has been crammed into it. The influence of technology has led us to create complex music with many objects. We are producing in bedroom-studio environments. We don’t

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Milky Way

I have heard that the moon is moving away from Earth by about an inch each year, at about the same speed at which our fingernails grow. It slowly recedes from Earth. This piece is a speculation on experience of

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