Turkish-born visual artist Cansu Korkmaz lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work examines ways of documenting intimacy, memory, and identity. She graduated from Bahçeşehir University with a bachelor’s degree in Photography and Video. Her works has been featured at venues such as UFAT-Signals and Systems, ALAN Istanbul, BAU Gallery, “The lives of others” for International Photography Festival, Daire Gallery, Les Rencontres D’arles-On the Frontiers of Freedom, Mixer Gallery, she was selected for a personal documentary workshop with Arja Hyytiainen at SALT. Her solo exhibitions include “Mini Çarşı-Mini Market” at The Poligon Shooting Gallery in Turkey and “Quite a While” at SOHO20 Gallery in New York. She had been selected for School of Visual Arts-Artist Residency, residency exhibition at Gramercy Gallery in New York and Residency Unlimited, Discrimination and Marginalization-Artist Residency in New York. During the residency she created her last project “KINA” and exhibited at Equity Gallery in New York. She has made three books, including “SILENCE”, “Schadenfreude” and “Garip Bir Enerjin Var”. Korkmaz’s work has been featured in Musee Magazine, Art Unlimited, Milliyet, Art Critical, Voice of America, VATAN, The Guide Istanbul, Orta Format, Bantmag, Elele and among others.