Lecture in Bergen School of Architecture
Scenography projects in LUMA / Arles, FR and C-Mine Genk/ BE
Appointed chair of the Architecture Advisory Board
Urbanist Dr. Melis Oğuz interviews Aslı Çiçek on exhibition architecture.
Microcosm- Searching for the City in Its Interiors
The practice is the research / The research is not the practice Conversation with Jan De Vylder
Turkish Pavilion 16th Venice Biennial
Panel discussion in Center for Architecture, New York
Opening Lecture for Master Graduation Studios, KU Leuven Interior Architecture
Exhibition architecture of A School of Schools and participation.
Scenography for the upcoming exhibition in Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Hasselt. (link: https://www.z33.be/blog/2018/6/27/the-politics-of-design-act-1 text: Z33)
Aslı Çiçek is invited to design the exhibitions of 4th Istanbul Design Biennial, in close collaboration with and using the modular structures of Lukas Wegwerth (D).
La Loge has uploaded the video of the presentation, concluding the Temple Talks series, held on 31st of May 2018.
'The Undecided Plane': A talk on miniature drawings and own practice of exhibition architecture Thursday 31.05.2018 19:30, in La Loge Brussels (link: http://la-loge.be/event/temple-talks-with-aslı-çiçek text: La Loge popup: yes)
Panel discussion about the influences of cultural- historical references from contemporary architecture on the work of (link:https://eaglesofarchitecture.com/ text:Eagles of Architecture) at (link:https://vai.be/nl/activiteit/tentoonstelling-eagles-of-architecture text: VAi popup:yes).
'Anaphoric Objects' : Lecture on exhibition architecture and own practice. Collectures lecture series, Jokerweek TU Ghent, Faculty of Architecture.
Exhibition architecture of Fernand Léger – Beauty is Everywhere is on display from 09.02.2018 to 03.06.2018 in Bozar Brussels. (link:https://bozar.be/en/activities/126681-fernand-leger text: Bozar Fernand Léger popup:yes) icw Jurgen Persijn
Aslı Çiçek (°1978, Istanbul, TR) obtained her master degree from architecture and design department from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in 2004. During and after her studies she worked for architectural offices in Germany, Austria, and Netherlands before she settled in Belgium to work as project architect for Gigantes Zenghelis Architects (2005-2007) and for Robbrecht en Daem architecten (2007-2014). She founded her own practice in 2014, focusing on exhibition architecture. Since 2009 she has been a tutor in several design ateliers at KU Leuven Faculty of Arc... read more