Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Istanbul-based Onur Ceritoglu has studied architecture and visual arts. His photography, videos, texts and installations explore urban phenomena with a socially engaged attitude. Fascinated by the discarded objects he finds, Ceritoglu uses them to re-contextualize urban life. His current PhD research is examining scrap dealers that have become part of Istanbul’s urban reconstruction process by collecting materials of demolished buildings in order to reuse them. He is part of the artist collective Kaba Hat (‘transgression’), a Turkish group of politically engaged artists.

Ceritoglu visited Tbilisi during April 17-25, 2018 to do research for his site-specific work that he later developed for the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial where he was present at the indoor and outdoor exhibition

In collaboration with Tbilisi Architecture Biennial.