Ceylan employs interventions in her practice as a methodology with which she tries to transform existing situations and frameworks. She opens up accepted forms of knowledge and focuses on questions rather than answers. In doing this, she copies various vocations and social situations and sometimes compares different bits of information and setups. In her research-based practice, she aims to break the flow of information in the mainstream, offering to setup new channels that co-exist with and sometimes replace the existing ones; she copy various vocations and social situations and sometimes compares different bits of information and setups. She works in many mediums, but rather try to engage these mediums in various situations that she defines all as interventions.
Ceylan currently lives and works in Zürich, CH.
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PhD in practice, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul, TR, (2012-2016)
PhD, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Post-Conceptual Art Practices (Prof. Marina Gržinic, Vienna, AT (2013)
MFA, Anadolu University, Institute of Social Sciences, Eskisehir, TR (2011)
BFA, Anadolu University, Fine Arts Faculty, Department of Sculpture, Eskisehir, TR (2006)