"Industrialization and urbanization have led to a decrease of population in rural areas for many years. While the number of people living in rural areas is decreasing, the effects of people's consumption on rural areas are increasing. Many villages and towns in Turkey migrate due to difficult living conditions. Apart from the population, the nature, fauna, heritage of the region and their traditions are also at risk of extinction."
Tutku was born in 1985 in Istanbul. He graduated with a degree in Architecture from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) where he also completed his graduate studies. He studied at Hafencity University Hamburg for a semester through the Erasmus Exchange Program. He has received awards in various competitions and has joined many exhibitions such as Vitra Contemporary Architecture Series. He interprets visual representations as experiments in transferring our experiences in this universe which is defined by time and space to the realm of abstract thinking and comprehension. He attributes great importance to this process since each transfer becomes a representation of our individual worlds.