Berkay Tuncay’s (1983, İstanbul, TR) practice is based on investigating multi-layered effects of the Internet on global society by copying, combining, and transforming the cultural codes that are being distributed online. Tuncay took part in many international group exhibitions and presented his works on the online culture in diverse forms. His solo exhibitions include: Human, how strange, so vulgar, such a masterpiece and yet so primitive, SANATORIUM, Istanbul, (2020); Getting Away With It All Messed Up, Display, Berlin, (2018); “Life Is What Happens To You While You Are Busy Watching Cute Cat Videos”, Gaia Gallery, Istanbul (2016); “WE ARE ACCIDENTS WAITING TO HAPPEN”, 49A, İzmir (2013) and “I’M SORRY, BECAUSE I DANCE”, De Kijkdoos, Amsterdam. He participated in several artist residency programs such as ArtCenter, Istanbul (2011-2013); Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (2014) and Gastatelier NRW, Düsseldorf (2018). Tuncay is currently an artist in residency and participant at Jan Van Eyck Academie (2021-2022).