Ekin Erar is an architect and designer. She has previously lived in Istanbul, Boston, Houston, and Paris, and has worked on projects in Europe and the Americas. Her work has been featured in the Venice and São Paulo Architecture Biennales as well as exhibitions at Rice University and Pratt Institute. Erar's work brings together image construction, material research, and analysis and recreation of assembly processes, through which she explores the relationship between the real and the represented.
She holds a B.A. in Art History/Architecture double major from Wellesley College and an M.Arch. from Rice University.
Academic Research/Specialty Areas
- Architectural design
- Architectural history
- Digital media
- Architectural installation
- Arch 1101 First-Year Design Studio
Exhibitions and Presentations (Selected)
- IPL, with Kerem Piker and Emre Dorter, São Paulo Architecture Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil (2019)
- It may be Architecture, for Aesthetics of Prosthetics, Pratt University, New York, NY (2019)