Jülide Günce Turkey, b. 1979

She continues to work with the centre of the idea to be fertility and sustainability equal including nature and the single and absolute power creation.

Jülide Günce integrates different materials and draws from her childhood and youth by living in many cities because of her family jobs. She has turned a different way about material and space design by following her dreams after she had completed her education and chose architecture. She worked in the company Oytun Berktan Interiors Architecture for 9 years as the project and design manager. She established Kaat Design Studio in 2017 while continuing to work on the interior architecture projects and did some work by combining with pulp-paper and another material in that studio. She continues to hand down the next generations this centuries-old technique with the atelier studies as well. She reflected her many travels into the shape to be made pulp-paper and greatly explored the sense of creation and belonging. As a result of those works, she discovered that it is important to know where and what people feed from despite belonging. She continues to work with the centre of the idea to be fertility and sustainability equal including nature and the single and absolute power creation.

 

  Her studio establishments combine various techniques, the shapes and forms create a sense of dynamism and orients the viewer through the imagery. There is a sense of continuity and discontinuity in her artworks inspired by Basquiat. The multidisciplinary artist states that she takes part in both personal and group exhibitions in different countries. Jülide Günce spent her childhood and youth wandering around the city as part of his family business. She reflects on his forms the concepts that creation is equivalent to fertility and “sustainability”, and that the only and absolute creator is “nature”. She transferred the travels that left traces in his youth to the forms.