Ayşe Gül Süter (b.1982) is integrating the traditional art-making techniques with new media technologies. The luscious colors, forms and movements from the microscope views of the living organisms such as marine animals and plant world is the main source of her inspiration. By synthesizing the real and the imaginary and bring it our perception, she is heightening the awareness of unimaginable beauty and diversity of our world.
The artist received her education on animation and digital arts at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She is the recipient of 2016 Turkish Cultural Foundation Cultural Exchange Fellowship. She attended various artist-in-residency programs internationally. On a project basis, she collaborates with scientists at Marine Biological Lab (MBL) in MA, USA using various techniques and equipment where she then adopts these into her own art. She exhibited her works in many galleries, art fairs. She continues to work on her projects related to animation, light installations, kinetic sculptures and bio-art.
Süter is represented by PG Art Gallery since 2012.
Fresh Paint Art Fair, PG Art Gallery Booth, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2017 “Contemporary-Art Talk”, Borusan Perili Köşk Museum, Istanbul, 2017 “Botanic”, Blok Art Space, Istanbul, 2017
Art Thessaloniki, Art Fair, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2016 “Wheatfields”, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA, 2016
“INVISIBLE MOTION”, SOLO EXHIBITION, PG Art Gallery, 03.2016 “Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, Plug-in Section, 10.2015
“Budapest Art Market, New Media Booth, 10.2015
“Waves”, karma exhibition, Blok Art Space, 01.2015
Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, PG Art Gallery Booth, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 “Anomaly”, karma exhibition, PG Art Gallery, 09.2014
“Cacophony”, karma exhibition, ŞekerBank New Media Art Gallery, 01.2014 “MOTION”, SOLO EXHIBITION, PG Art Gallery, 09.2013
“Cockaigne”, karma exhibition, Pasajist independent art space, 03.2012
“Gentrification”, Street Art Festival in Tarlabaşı, Istanbul, 11.2011 “Analog vs. Digital”, karma exhibition, Mitte Barcelona Gallery, 10.2011 “Uncanny Games”, parallel event to Istanbul Bienale, 09. 2011
“Look at Your Hands”, karma exhibition, PG Art Gallery, 06. 2011