Buket is an internationally exhibited artist and researcher who is creating more-than-human futures through speculative mythology and technology. She describes her practice as crafting posthuman experiences to tackle the future of entangled ecological problems, through developing transformational new media work combining emerging technologies with traditional art forms. Expanding in various media from interactive art installations, to performance art, moving image, soundart and guided meditations, her works act as a catalyst to enact change and recreate empathy on the nature-culture-technology continuum in the age of Anthropocene.
Having a BoS degree from ITU and a MA degree from the Royal College of Art, the multi-disciplinary new media artist is also a published author and panelist of the AI Music Conference 2021 (AIMC) held in Austria and the "Posthuman & Worldbuilding Symposium" organised by the Posthuman Art Network. She has exhibited internationally at Sónar+D Istanbul, Dear2050: Oceans on the Rise Exhibition in Zürich, The Crypt Gallery, The Art Pavilion Mile End in London in addition to having performances in venues like IKLECTIK Art Lab and The Amersham Arms. She is currently an artist-in-residence of Posthuman Art Network and a shortlisted artist for the art and technology award Lumen Prize.
Her current project focuses on humans' relationship with the ocean, investigates the perspective of an alternative society living on the edge of a global flood, weaving the wet worlds of posthuman theory hydro-feminism, climate crises and maternal loss.