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Arzu Ozkal (M.F.A, SUNY Buffalo, 2005; B.F.A, Bilkent University, 1998) is interdisciplinary artist, designer, and researcher whose work focus on design’s role in looking for forms of creative and critical outcomes through participation and collaboration.
Ozkal is a founding member of HOME AFFAIRS, an interdisciplinary art collective focusing on creative projects about a range of issues impacting women's lives. Since 2011, they have been working together with women from Turkey, Europe, and USA to design platforms of social exchange. Ozkal co-edited with Dr. Claudia Pederson, Gün: Women's Networks a DIY book project investigating informal networks and their extension into digital media with the aim of gaining understanding of the sociocultural conditions impacting women's participation in contemporary culture (2013).
She is currently Associate Professor of Graphic Design at San Diego State University.