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Banu Çiçek Tülü (Adana/Turkey, 1984) is an artist, researcher and DJ with a background in urban design from South-East Turkey based in Berlin. She develops her ideas and research by using sound as a primary medium and sonic methodologies in an interdisciplinary context. Her practice-based artistic approach involves participation, social design, ecology, feminist and queer theory which uses artistic, cultural and political imagination as tools for social change. The process of the artistic production is the crucial and it is mostly presented as multi-channel video and sound installations, sculptural elements and various objects.
Banu Çiçek Tülü completed her MA first in University of Barcelona, Fine Arts Faculty (2011), later in Independent Study Program at Contemporary Art Museum Barcelona (2012). She is currently a PhD candidate at the Fine Arts University Hamburg granted by Heinrich Böll Foundation. Since 2018, she is lecturer at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Started when she was a BA student (2003-2009) in Istanbul, she continues her political engagement also in Germany while working with different activists groups.
Wichtige Projekte / Ausstellungen: 
A Feminist Perspective for Berlin Today! What Could a Non-Sexist City Look Like?* at alpha nova & galerie futura, Berlin, 2020.
Rhythmic Encounters: Aural Architecture and Sonic Intercities. Architecture Fund, Vilnius/Lithuania, 2020.
Wild Frictions, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, 2021.
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The recent fellowships include IdeasCity New Orleans/USA, an initiative of The New Museum, New York/USA (2019); Sound of Our Cities Roeselare/Belgium organized by Idensitat/Spain with the Creative Europe Program (2020); Ankara Queer Art Residency (2021) by Kaos GL (Ankara/Turkey) supported by SAHA Association (Istanbul/Turkey), Artist Residency Program in Namibia (2021) by Akademie Schloss Solitude together with the National Art Gallery of Namibia and the Goethe-Institut Namibia.