Eda’s practice as someone telling a story and unfolding the hidden obvious, develops from documenting everyday life to create conditions to challenge, or to loosen it. By using footages from reality she allows place to be seen as the extension of us. Because when understood as an active/fleshy organism, place can tell us the history, social norms, political structures, economical conditions. It can tell us about us. Combining her background in architecture with the audio-visual medium she investigates this dynamism and to use the multiplicity within a place as an opportunity for acceptance and change.
She is currently based in London and Istanbul.