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ID:LA - City, Projections

Ayse Ulay

Photography: Ayse Ulay
Text: Cem Akaş, Esra Özdoğan
Size: 12.5″ x 9.5″ (32cm x 24cm)
Pages: 104
Printing: Full color offset
Binding: Perfect bound, soft cover
Edition: 750 (unsigned, unnumbered)
Date Published: January 2014
ISBN 978-605-4382-15-6

Documenting the signage system of Los Angeles through a unique set of rules and a photographical approach, Ayse Ulay’s “ID:LA” series suggest an accumulated “now” with all its repetitions, differences, discardedness, and continued use. Here the line between “the city” and “a city” starts to blur; the signs of the photographs begin to signal a totally separate space – a space that has internal connections and consistent language with loaded background requires further study.

Ayse Ulay was born in 1958 in Detroit, Michigan. Graduate of Academy of Fine Arts in Istanbul in graphic design (BA), she holds a second degree (BFA) in illustration/painting from Art Center College of Design Pasadena, California. Ulay’s work –ranging from editorials to childrens’ books–is featured in publications in the US and in Turkey. She uses both digital and traditional media and works in the fields of art and graphic design. She is based in Istanbul and Los Angeles.

www.ayseulay.org