Biography | Ayse Oren
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Biography

ABOUT AYSE OREN

Born in Ankara, Ayse Oren is an architect, designer and sculptor. She develops projects focusing on electronics and design, positioning human and human life in the center.

 

As an artist who was granted the Techno-Initiative capital in 2010, she is the first designer to be accepted into Boğaziçi University TechnoPark Her works build a connection between art and technology, putting it across within the scope of research and development. In a nutshell, she aims to build an interdisciplinary system, create new products combining technology and design, while progressing towards meeting requirements.

 

Believing that we can shape our future through the imaginary embodiment of existing objects, the artist universalizes such concepts as multi-disciplinary approaches, technology and design by interpreting them based on our own cultural experience and future needs.

 

Ayse Oren seeks a new kind of perception, approach, meaning and language across art, while questioning the meaning of technology and facilities with a universal perspective.

 

The Artist handles humans together with the civic texture, environmental conditions and their relations with nature. She collaborates with a team featuring a variety of disciplines and diverse backgrounds, reinterpreting the relationship between human and object.

 

Deals with environmental awareness, energy efficiency, smart cities, Space Architecture and the Internet of Objects (IoT). She continues producing her works in the line of r-evolution.

 

Ayse Oren is building somatosensory bridges between cities and people to get human more connected and united. While Philosophers and psychologists are concerned with the loss of humane values caused by the alienating and robotizing the people, Ayse Oren is working on to integrate technology into people’s lives by creating a Love Mark out of it. Her aim is to unify human with living spaces and cities, while eliminating the negative impact of technology.