A poet, a researcher and a self-trained painter born in 1978. Graduated from University of Kent at Canterbury from the department of Politics and International Relations in 1999. Went onto study art and art history in Florence, Italy. Attended Philosophy and Cultural Analysis M.A. program in the University of Amsterdam.
As a highly curious character, he has been a researcher for as long as he can remember. The philosophical basis for his research and ideas were formed during his years in Amsterdam. The breakthrough came in 2010 when he wrote a satire piece about the determinisms of religion and science entitled “How to make a spacecraft” where he proposed the fundamentals of the Episteme Spacecraft Project and the three tests.
Has written two articles in Turkish about the nuclear disaster in Fukushima and the companies that are contracted to build nuclear power stations in Turkey in the coming years. Both were published in the Global Action Group website.
Been writing poetry since 15 years old. A collection of his poetry entitled “Falling to a Tea House Garden” was published in print in 2017. An e-book of this selection is in the works.
Been painting since 2000. In 2005 attended the mixed exhibition at Siemens Art Gallery in İstanbul. First personal painting exhibition was held in the Turkish Culture Ministry Gallery, in Çanakkale in 2016.
The Episteme Spacecraft Project is based on the idea that we could take the life specific data of a living organism and correlate it with its DNA and form a database with as many species as possible and in turn when looking at a new organism (even an alien organism) we could program that database to produce a DNA from other life specific data.