Ali Taptık


Ali Taptık (1983, Istanbul) is an artist and PhD Candidate in Architectural Design
at ITU. Representation of urban landscape and architecture, the relationship
between the individual and the city, psychogeography and interaction of
literature and visuality are some of the themes that he explores. In addition to
working with institutions to document and research ever changing Istanbul,
Taptık has published several books including Kaza ve Kader (Filigranes Editions,
2009); Depicting Istanbul (Akin Nalca, 2010), There are no failed experiments.
(Atelier de Visu, 2012) and Nothing Surprising (Marraine Ginette, 2015). His
works have been exhibited in various institutions including SALT (Istanbul),
MAXXI (Rome), Ashkal Alwan (Beirut), Venice Biennial for Architecture and
Istanbul Biennial. Taptık is one of the founders of Bandrolsüz collective for the
distribution of independent artists’ books and together with Okay Karadayılar he
is also leading Onagöre, a design and publishing agency.Ali Taptık (1983, Istanbul) is an artist and PhD Candidate in Architectural Design at ITU.

 

 

Website: http://www.alitaptik.com/