Sibel Horada received her BA in Visual Arts from Brown University in 2003 and completed her master’s degree at the Art and Design Faculty of Yıldız Technical University in 2011. Focusing on personal and collective histories, her work often features a dynamic relationship between form and text that feeds on archival research. All that fades away in time and stabilizes in memory assumes a dynamic state once it becomes a departure point for Horada’s work. Through her processes of exploration and reproduction, memory attains a visual and physical form. Thus, her works don’t just represent the past; they mingle among the forms of memory in order to project, from the current moment into the future. Horada’s conceptual and symbolic references reveal themselves in the flow of aesthetic experience, while she materializes her open narratives with poetic sensitivity.