Senem Oezdogan’s practice spans painting, fiber art, and drawing. Moving between geometric and organic abstraction, her work explores the creation of spatial relationships within anthropomorphic and biomorphic systems. The seemingly becomes gets magnified and transformed into objects of abstraction that are rooted in the real world but are removed from their context existing purely as shape, form, and color. Architecture, the human body and condition, as well as the transformation of paint into light are recurring themes in her work. Oezdogan received her M.A. from the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany and is a graduate of FIT, New York. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally including Platform Projects, Cooler Gallery, The Curator Gallery, and PULSE Contemporary. Her work is also included in several public and private collections. Senem lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.