Welcoming PM MOBILE-Resident Dılşa Perinçek to the island of Suomenlinna

We are pleased to welcome Dılşa Perinçek (Diyarbakır, Turkey) as PM MOBILE-Resident on the island of Suomenlinna.

Combining traditional artistic techniques with new media processes, in particular 3-D animation, Dılşa aims to assess the impact of novel creative technologies and their accompanying modes of perception on society. Perinçek focuses on the as yet unrealised potential of these new technologies and the utopian and dystopian possibilities they open up to the imagination.

Dılşa Perinçek works in a variety of different media, including animation, digital art, writing and electronic music. Perinçek studied Radio, Cinema and Television at Marmara University – in the Communication Faculty, İstanbul from 2012–2016 – having previously studied Ancient Languages at Ankara University.

Dilsa(right) with Perpetuum Mobile residents Baris Seyitvan (left) and Spartak Khachanov (center) and Perpetuum Mobile (PM) / Artists at Risk (AR) co founder Marita Muukonen (second from right).

During her residency Dılşa has been making models for her 3-D animation and has appeared as co-producer of a radio show in collaboration with US based sociologist Karen Werner entitled The Psyche and Cupid Radio Hour, on the station Radiophrenia.

Dılşa Perinçek is a PM MOBILE-Resident curated by Perpetuum Mobile (PM) and hosted by PM at HIAP-Helsinki International Artist Programme on the island of Suomenlinna.

From January to March 2019, Dılşa Perinçek was a PM MOBILE-Resident at Saari Residence / Saastamoinen Foundation Residency.

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