SENEM OEZDOGAN
Communication Design ’10

Senem Oezdogan makes abstract geometric fiber art by wrapping colored floss around rope, then winding the rope around a wooden board. Her work is represented by Uprise Art, a virtual gallery that exhibits at art fairs, organizes group shows, and connects one-on-one with collectors. Her inspirations range from Ellsworth Kelly to Martha Graham, who “has this way of translating emotional experience into a form. That’s what I think abstract art is.”

Featured Photo: Piston I, wood, rope, and cotton, 16 by 20 inches, 2016