Yigit Daldikler

Profession: Performer, Stylist, Art Director
Category:
  • Art
  • This-that but not an exactly defined one thing.

    Had an experience for 10 years now of working in very variety of each departments/positions of ‘Communication’ fields.

    worked as;

    Free-lance fashion stylist for numerous magazines, music videos and commercials.
    Art Director for numerous international film, tv show, music video and commercial productions.
    Public Space Projects Director for festivals.

    Part-time researcher and assistant in numerous other projects.

    and also very engaged with taking part of social awareness, commonwealth projects;

    Internship in Amnesty UK (2005)
    Researcher in the project by Toplum Gönüllüleri, about “Women Figure in Children Books” (2008)
    Assistant Director in UN’s Women’s Shelters project in Turkey. (2007-2008)
    Assistant Director in ILO project “Children Working in Industrial Sites and TISK Activities on Child Labor”. (2008)
    Researcher in the project by LGBT group, about “visibility” of such individuals. (2010)
    Production assistant and coordinator in BODIG exhibitions and conferences. (2008-2011)
    Researcher in the project by Bilgi University, about “Manhood in Contemporary Art in Turkey”. (ongoing)
    Project Coordinator in Inhabitant, public space performance by South African and German artists in Dolapdere, which won the Critical Endeavor Prize in 2011. Please check idansblog.org
    Researcher and Production Director for future public space projects by international artists in iDANS Festival (ongoing)

    Education

    UdK - HZT

    April 2015 - November 2017 MA in Solo/Dance/Authorship

    Istanbul Bilgi University (BİLGİ)

    2008 - 2014 BA, Managemet of Performing Arts - Performing Arts

    Kadir Has University (Istanbul)

    2006 - 2008 BA, Computer Engineering, Visual Communication Design (minor)

    London School of Economics

    2005 - 2006 BSc, Social Policy with Government

    Concordia Social Commonwealth Services (Lyon)

    2004 Social Commonwealth Services