THE FULBRIGHT ARTISTS TALKS SERIES -The Fulbright Foundation relies on its artists alumni to expand on their initial search for the ultimate U.S. affiliations, their completed Fulbright projects and its continued professional impact. It therefore invites those artists on occasion to recount their U.S. experience to an audience of potential candidates for the Fulbright Artists Program.
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Part I (Visual Arts) - Documenta 14 Project Space, Athens School of Fine Arts
Thursday, January 26, 2017 Part II (Performing Arts) - Contemporary Greek Art Institute - ISET
Saturday, November 30, 2019 (Arts, education, society - a polymorphic challenge) - i-D ProjectArt
Life is full of experiences that are waiting for me/us to indulge in
The ordinary, the extraordinary, the mediocre and the wonderful and the troubled relationship between photography and realism
A fusion of fine art and documentation based on the manifested misconceptions and assumptions, created by the interaction between the viewer and the work
Your own voice must be heard!
You can buy me but you cannot be me
''...According to their beliefs, the cosmic tree emerges from the spine of the Tortoise."
Exploring opera, theatre and performance as means for personal and collective communication, evolution and transformation
The exploration of performance as an ever-evolving field within social and visual life
We communicate and travel in order to learn from others but, most of all, in order to learn ourselves and find our own voice; it is among many voices that our own voice emerges
Integral Lens: an integral approach to the study and representation of the built environment through the photographic medium
Teaching is a practice that I arrived at as an extension of my art practice which allows the students to transport their ideas outside the classroom
Artist and Marxist researching feminism in Greece
Bringing art and knowledge about art to more people as means for cultural inclusion and social cohesion