Banu Çiçek Tülü is an independent researcher, urban designer and DJ based Berlin. For the past years, she have been developing her ideas and research through extradisciplinary praxis by acting as an initiator of diverse research projects that utilise editorial, curatorial, artistic and academic methodologies.
She is involved interdisciplinary research projects that advocate for the reclamation of urban space, stimulating cultural and political imagination as tools for social change. Her research focuses on relationships between everyday life, urban space and sound.
Between 2012-2014 she taught at New Jersey Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute, NYC. She is currently PhD student at Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg and her research finds itself between urban design theory and soundscapes.