Works by students
Interactive Installation, last shown in Copenhagen and Porto
Collaboration with Digdem & Tonguc Sezen
An interactive narrative about a women trying to escape her daily routine. Also about chaos theory and how miniscule decisions can affect our lives.
Selected for the Digra 2014 Blank Arcade.
Collaboration with Inan Temelkuran
A video game about the Gezi Park protests 2013. The player finds herself in the middle of the protests and can try out various modes of (non)engagement.
Shown in Istanbul at an art gallery in November 2013.
Collaboration with Sara Hornbacher. 12 minute video with sound. Premiered at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival 2009.
En Transit explores aspects of the life of German media theorist Walter Benjamin and his relationship to architecture and the cities of Berlin and Paris.
Two short videos exploring the path of a small boat disappearing into the distance. Watercolors serve as interstitia and combine with extremely slowed down passages to make the viewer aware of the relationship between artistic concept and real-life performance.
Part of the Rapid Eye 50 Hour Film competition. Created in 50 hours total and was premiered at the Atlanta Film Festival 2007.
An installation piece exploring the relationship between sculptural work and video. Frist shown at Sculpture 2007 at Eyedrum, Atlanta
This narrative expands the concept of delayed consequences and ambigious choices to character development. Loosely based on the borthers Grimm's Little Red Riding Hood, it allows the interactor to develop her own version of the protagonist in terms of several possible character traits.
An interactive narrative about trying to "hook up". This piece explores the concept of accumulated and delayed concequences combined with ambigious choices to create interesting uncertainty and rewarding replay.
A Java applet that simulates paper paper cutout techniques to create patterns.
An unconventional way to show the time of the day. Java applet.
My main body of works has been in landscape photography and panaroma (360 degree) pictures. Lately, I've become more interested in portraits. See here for a selection.
More recent work is at 500px