top of page

Sat, Mar 26

|

Ka

Pankromatika 4.0 - Earth's (Thermo)Dynamics and Global Climate Change - Ömer İlday & Necla Rüzgar

Based on the urgent and unavoidable need for a new understanding of the earth, the Pankromatika 4.0 speech series start at Ka under the advisory of academician Aykut Çelebi and artist Ece Akay, by bringing together artists and scholars from different disciplines.

Event Closed for Registration
See other events
Pankromatika 4.0 - Earth's (Thermo)Dynamics and Global Climate Change - Ömer İlday & Necla Rüzgar
Pankromatika 4.0 - Earth's (Thermo)Dynamics and Global Climate Change - Ömer İlday & Necla Rüzgar

Saat ve Yer

Mar 26, 2022, 6:00 PM GMT+3 – Mar 27, 2022, 8:00 PM GMT+3

Ka, Çankaya, Cinnah Cd. No:1 D:B, 06690 Çankaya/Ankara, Türkiye

Etkinlik Hakkında

Pankromatika 4.0
Earth's (Thermo)Dynamics and Global Climate Change
> 26 March 2022, Saturday, 18:00

 

Ömer İlday, Assoc. Dr., Bilkent Uni. Department of Physics

Necla Rüzgar, Professor, Artist & Academic, Hacettepe Uni., Dep. of Painting

 

The talk will be held in Turkish, but the video recording will be available soon.

*

Based on the urgent and unavoidable need for a new understanding of the earth, the Pankromatika 4.0 speech series start at Ka under the advisory of academician Aykut Çelebi and artist Ece Akay, by bringing together artists and scholars from different disciplines. Pankromatika 4.0’s second session brings together Ömer İlday & Necla Rüzgar for a conversation under the title Earth's (Thermo)Dynamics and Global Climate Change.

*

“The need for a new understanding of the earth is too concrete to be left open to interpretation. While every step to be taken in this regard is of vital importance and an urgent need, it is, of course, unthinkable for the sciences and arts to remain indifferent and unresponsive to such an extraordinary situation, due to their nature that sometimes reflects, expresses, and sometimes reconstructs the dynamics of nature and life. (...) Encounters must be trusted. We know that life greets ideas, experimental pioneering designs, experiences, practices, and actions with a different curiosity, at least this is what we hope.” -Aykut Celebi

*

This event is funded by the International Relief Fund for Organizations in Culture and Education 2021 of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut, and other partners. #irf2021 @gi_ankara

*

Ömer İlday

Assoc. Dr. F. Ömer İlday received his BA in theoretical physics from Boğaziçi University, from which he graduated valedictorian in 1998 and took his Ph.D. from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, in 2003. After taking his Ph.D., he worked as a postdoc in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 2003 to 2005. His studies at MIT were supported by a Research Laboratory of Electronics Fellowship during his first year. In 2005, he was named a Research Scientist at MIT. In 2006, he joined Bilkent University Department of Physics as a faculty member. In 2014, he was appointed to the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, also at Bilkent University, in addition to his affiliation with physics. In 2014, he was promoted to the position of associate professor. In addition to his contributions to optical science, Dr. Ilday's contributions to the optics community include serving as a Topical Editor of Optics Letters, in addition to serving on the technical committee of numerous international conferences and guest editorships. He regularly serves as a referee for Optics Letters, Optics Express, Nature Photonics, Physical Review Letters, and numerous other journals, in addition to reviewing proposals for the European Science Foundation (ESF), TÜBITAK, and a number of other funding institutions from various European countries. Dr. Ilday has co-authored >50 journals and >160 conference papers, which have received more than 1700 citations. He has given more than 100 invited talks at conferences and leading research institutions.

*

Necla Rüzgar

Born in 1972 in Tunceli. Took her Doctorate of Arts from the Painting Department of Hacettepe University, Faculty of Fine Arts in 2004. While teaching as a Professor at the same department, she worked on paintings and sculptures. Her coldblooded scenery that mingles violence with tenderness, attracts attention to the impossibility of daily existence under social and political pressure. Rüzgar has exhibited her works in painting, photography, and video at various cities, including İstanbul, İzmir, Diyarbakır, Berlin, Zürich, Seoul, and Kassel. Recently Necla Rüzgar was invited to prepare an exhibition of 100 pieces in the gallery of the Grimmwelt Museum Kassel, which is reserved for contemporary artists. The exhibition titled “My Name was Written on Every Page”, which lasted between November 2021 and April 2022, brought together patterns and watercolors from Rüzgar's archive and re-knitted the backbone of her production of more than twenty years before international audiences.

Biletler

  • Buy Ticket

    Participation is limited to 30 people due to the Covid-19. Ka's Patreon supporters have a special discount for participation in the event. HES code information and proof of complete vaccination are required for all participants.

    TRY 0.00
    Sold Out

This event is sold out

Bu Etkinliği Paylaş

bottom of page