Gülnur Ekşi is a plant taxonomist and botanical artist. Since 2007, she has been a visiting artist to the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh, where she teaches botanical art and workes on projects such as Plants from the Woods and Forests of Chile. Gülnur Ekşi has exhibited at BISCOT (Botanical Images Scotia), Edinburgh (2009, 2010) and at the RHS Botanical Art Show in London (2010, 2012/13, 2015) and has received awards from BISCOT and RHS. She is currently working on her PhD on Investigations in Terms of Pharmaceutical Botany on Taxa Belonging to Brevispatha Section of Allium L. Genus Growing in Turkey at the University of Ankara.
After the Wildly Improbable
Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia, lecture and presentation of drawings
Muhannad Shono: Zomë Zomë, animated film
Violet Grigoryan: Two Women, literary reading, Armenian & English
Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things, films and lecture
- After the Wildly Improbable -
Sep 16, 2017