Genco Gülan is a conceptual artist with an interest in new media and performance art. He studied Political Science and Art at Bogazici University then he pursued an MA degree on Media Studies at New School, New York. He got prizes from BP, New School, Lions and E.M.A.F. Gülan made solo shows in Istanbul, Ankara, Graz, Berlin, New York, Seoul and Zagreb. His works are presented in museums such as; Centre Pompidou, Pera, ZKM, MAM, Rio and La Triennale di Milano. He participated to festivals such as; Steirishes Herbst, Ars Electronica, Mediaterra, prog-me, Accente, Balkan Art and Istanbul Festival. His net-art pieces have been exhibited at irishmuseumofmodernart.org, rhizome.org and kanonmedia.com/ His works listed in required reading lists at; City University, New York, Rice University and U.C. Santa Barbara. Gülan gave conferences at Yale, School of Visual Arts, Köln University and New York Institute of Technology. Genco Gülan and his art has been referred to by Newsweek, Herald Tribune, NY Arts, Art in America, Art News, Das Kunst, Beaux Arts, Me Naiset and Idomenee. He is in art collections such as Abraham Lubelski New York, Marie-Laure Novak, Paris and Elgiz Museum Istanbul. His artist interview with art historian Dr. Marcus Graf is published as book with the title "Conceptual Colors". His book "De-Constructing the Digital Revolution" is published by LAP and available at amazon.com/ Genco Gülan was in the Advisory Board of Balkan Biennial, Cosmopolis, Thessaloniki and International Programming Committee of ISEA Singapore. He is the founder of iS.CaM and the Web Biennial. Currently he teaches at Mimar Sinan Academy and Bogazici University.