W.Burroughs’s phrase “Language is a virus from outer space” triggered the first ideas around this project. In this context, I focus on the arbitrariness and “alienness” of language that constructs -to a large extent- the way we perceive our bodies as conceivable entities.
In our postmodern universe of media hyper-activity, massively spread fake news and data warfare, the “viral” aspect becomes even more relevant.
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A colourful mashup of digital imagery reflecting contemporary experiences in our global physical and digital fragmented and multiple realities.
Visual thoughts on the reification of femininity and the virtual character of the female body. Distorted, mutilated and manipulated, fragments of female entities emerge in a vast and obscure space vacuum.
This series of digitally enhanced renders of 3d sculptures concerns the female body as an objectified socio-cultural construct. Mannequin, doll, distorted ghost or empty vessel, female physicality haunts these images in all its banality and ambiguity.
These works comment on the act of storing and re-experiencing events and the plasticity and virtuality of our so-called memories.
Everyday urban experiences mixed with thoughts on contemporary Greece and dreamscapes give form to these low resolution visual poems.
A collage of moving images having as a starting point the archaeological ruins of the city of Eleusis and the ritual practices of the Eleusinian Mysteries that took place there for centuries. Through free connotations concerning the symbolization of everyday objects and networks of coded meaning, we are led to contemporary eleusinian habitats and especially to “Synikismos”, study area of the project.
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Born in Athens, Greece, 1987.
Received Master's Degree on Architecture Engineering at National Technical University of Athens, in 2015 and is active since as an architect and 3d visualiser. Graduated from Athens School of Fine Arts in 2021.
Interested in the blurred and subtle intersections of Science, the Arts and Humanities.
Particularly focused on the emergence of so-called Modern Reason in the West from a broader perspective, that renders its vast intertwinements with economy, politics, philosophy, and popular culture as well.
A constant parallel thematic in her work is the human body, and especially the female body as a physical entity but also as a “vessel” of concepts and significations that are culturally constructed.
Artistically seeking new ways of expression that combine diverse modalities and traditions, primarily making use of a great variety of available digital media.