Ebru Eltemur is a visual artist from Istanbul, Turkey. She is currently a sophomore, at Gallatin, studying the Politics of Making and Exhibiting Post-colonial Art. She is interested in exploring constructed narratives of colonization and its effects on art. Since her conceptions of culture and diversity have been heavily influenced by her hometown, she does her best to carry a Near Eastern perspective to any artistic process she participates in. Her artistic practice looks at concepts of role, gender, and politics. Most of her work are conceptual installations or drawings. Her poster installation “The Dictator’s Manifesto” was featured in last year’s Festival.