Bozkurt Karasu

Bozkurt Karasu began working on stage in 1991 in Istanbul, Turkey as a production crew member of the Istanbul Festivals organized by Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts… After working as a free-lancer production manager and designer there for 13 years he moved to NYC in 2003 to work with The Wooster Group and later joined MIT Theater Arts as technical instructor in October 2012. Besides The Wooster Group he collaborated with and designed for a wide array of artists and ensembles such as Wesley Savick, Findlay//Sandsmark, Armitage Gone! Dance, Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players, The Watermill Center and Robert Wilson, Pina Bausch and Pipilotti Rist. Recent works include Technical Direction of the International Summer Program of The Watermill Center by Robert Wilson (July and August 2014); Lighting and Video Design for the “The Saint Plays” written by Erik Ehn, Directed by Wesley Savick (November 2014); Sound and Video Design for “Bride, Widow and Hag” written by Kim Rosenstock, directed by Shira Milikowsky (January 2015); Consulting in the construction of Performances Venues within Koc Contemporary Art Museum, Istanbul - Turkey (throughout 2016), Videography for Paddy Saul Band, Technical Supervision for Findlay // Sandsmark, Stavanger – Norway and Guest Lecturing at Pulsee 2015, Prague Multimedia Summer School, Institut Intermedii - Prague, Czech Republic (June 2015).