Belgin Yucelen creates sculptures, installations, movies and prints exploring memory, the past and today’s ethics intending to enhance our imaginations and consciousness.
She is interested in tracing shifts over time in our personalities, cultural values, norms, and traditions by referring to history, anthropology, theology, philosophy, and architecture.
She also speaks out on behalf of children in war, women with no rights, refugees and talk about current social issues and climate change. Her art tells stories lost in a time between ancient and now and a place between Middle East and West.
Belisa Alptekin is an aspiring writer. She has published short stories and poems in several publications.
She is currently a freshman and is diligent in her studies.
Belisa has been doing ballet and playing piano for many years. She enjoys traveling and learning about new cultures. She is an avid reader. She also enjoys hiking, bird watching, and chocolate making.
This is her first business attempt.