Erhan Öze is building his academic carrier on theory of the spatial politics. His research focuses on theory of spatial politics of conflict zones where notions of sovereignty and biopolitics are under question. Except participating and organising international workshops and field trips, Öze's architectural and research based interventions have been exhibited at various occasions in Halle, Istanbul, London and Nicosia. Recently, he was invited as guest critic and as a jury to the Critical Spatial Practices Section of SAC at Stadelschule where he also lectured about his research.
Erhan Öze studied Architecture at Yildiz Technical University in Istanbul. He then completed a MA in Research Architecture Program at Goldsmiths, London in 2010 and another MA in History & Theory Program at Yildiz Technical University in Istanbul in 2011.
Gaile, a cultural magazine in Cyprus, has published many of his articles about English colonial biopolitics in Cyprus. And his first publication, ‘Extraterritorial Electromagnetic Interventions’, came out under the guidance of Uncovered Cyprus Project curators’ along his first professional installation as an architect & researcher on spatial politics within first Uncovered Cyprus Project exhibition [http://www.uncovered-cyprus.com/]. However, his research work was banned from the exhibition by Good Offices of the United Nations Peacekeeping Forces in Cyprus [UNFICYP] because it was found beyond the framework of the exhibition.
His latest installation was recently exhibited at Depo Gallery in Istanbul. [http://www.depoistanbul.net/en/activites_detail.asp?ac=96] [http://www.buffer-zone.org/]
Junior Researcher on Spatial Politics
FASS Fees Only Award Beneficiary
TRNC, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports; PhD Bursar
Research output: Contribution in Book/Report/Proceedings › Chapter
Activity: Conference participation › Participation in conference
Activity: Conference participation › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Activity: External academic engagement › Research and Teaching at External Organisation