Bilge Serdar has a Bachelor‘s degree in mathematics education. She completed her master’s and PhD degrees in Ankara University Theatre Department. Also, she studied physical theatre in Copenhagen and Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies in Berlin. She is interested in cognitive and phenomenological aspects of movement experience. Her main interest is to explore the possibilities of movement as a challenging way in performing arts discourse and practice. She has presented her works at international conventions and seminars. She gave lectures about movement and creative drama at Ankara University. Between 2008 and 2021, she was a board member of ASSITEJ Turkey (International Association of Theatre for Young Audience) and worked on organizing national and international festivals, seminars, workshops, and artistic gatherings. She is, moreover, one of the co-founders of the Copenhagen based Theatre Lokus. She has received a two-year scholarship from Choreomundus – International Master in Dance Knowledge, Practice, and Heritage program, a joint degree run by four different universities in the United Kingdom, Norway, France, and Hungary. She is currently working on her latest research project, ‘movement experience in the digital age’, within the program.