Zeynep Aydede received a master's degree in clinical psychology after completing a bachelor's degree on psychology and is currently working as a psychologist. After her undergraduate education, he practiced sculpting at Yunus Tonkuş workshop and then charcoal drawing in Ferhat Edizkan workshop. Aydede, who attended several group exhibitions, continues to practice art in Istanbul, describes art as the process of self-expression of man; it defines human beings as the process of expressing emotions that they are aware of or do not have at the same time. When the individual comes into contact with art, shapes something and enters the creative process, one comes into contact with the world and maintains his/her vitality.
She describes her artistic approach as; "often reveals with portraits of women who carry expressions from within life and create the perception that they are incomplete. In society, especially against the desire to be complete and perfect, I give space to my opinion that man is re-forming himself at every passing moment with his constant selections and that he will never be completed and flawless with incomplete portraits of women that create the missing feeling in my work."