Born in 1986, in İstanbul, Eda Emirdağ, studied in the International Relations department at St. Kliment Ohridski University in Sofia.
In 2013, she won a full scholarship to Bahçeşehir University, Photography-Video, and MA at Kadir Has University Art and Design Institue with a full scholarship. In addition to social issues such as women’s politics and refugee issues, the artist works on photography ethics, presentation aesthetics, image representation, archives, and conducts essays in video, photography, collage, and performance.
Emirdağ, who had her first solo exhibition in Sweden was about the Syrian Refugee issue. The second solo exhibition at GaleriBu in Istanbul and Emirdağ selected the artist residency program Kultivera in Jonkoping, Tranås-Sweden. Her third solo exhibition on Anatolian mourning traditions was a project exhibition. She also manages and owner of the ‘Galip’ project with 20 artists and academicians as a participant It’s about a photographer who died 19 years ago. Emirdağ founded his last one-box archive and focused on heritage, archive, and suicide.