Constructing an image of the intangibleParts that constitute a whole or units that build a construction are recurring elements in my work. The issue of Time, how it could be interpreted visually and what image could restore to it some of its sense of continuity is an ongoing research often emerging in the form of the Sequence or the ancient calendar practice. Documentation that captures elements from my environment and objects that carry personal histories reemerges as a method. In the current work Metamorphosis I explore the poetic potential of urban elements and the city as a link to common human experience.
Born in 1977 in Athens, Greece. Studied Painting at the Athens School
of Fine Arts and Graphic Arts Technology at the Athens Technological Institute. Concluded her fourth year of studies in Painting at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles on a scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece. Her current work Metamorphosis explores the poetic potential of urban elements and the city as a link to common human experience. Originating in Athens the project evolved in dialogue with diverse urban environments including Berlin, Germany, Belgrade, Serbia and Chicago, USA, returning to its point of origin with the intervention no water tracing a link between Greece's historical past and the country's current predicament.