Born and raised in the city of Athens, Greece, my main interest became our interaction and relationship with the environment we build to live within. The state of the contemporary human condition into a landscape consisting of abstract and concrete structures. Situations such as, urban life, territoriality, slogans on walls and processes that change the ‘urban cover’, are very influential for me. I find very influential the relationships that are being developed within the urban landscape, the notion of territoriality, the processes that are changing the ‘urban cover’ as well as the traces or the remainders of the urban life.
Through fragments, I intend to construct reality and to reveal an extent of our relationship to this landscape. I see my works as parts of a bigger picture. Painted details, marked limits and half-written phrases, suggest a continuity in space that might -or might not- exist.
In my work, fragments, reflect the fragility of life in the twenty-first century. Reacting on this fast-changing world, I understand everything as fragments, be it space, time, history, information or image. We live in a world in pieces. However, realizing this, make us aware of the existence of a bigger picture. This suggestion of mental or literal space is something I consider as very significant, not only in terms of spatial continuity but also this being resonant with the relationships and boundaries we establish between one another in personal, social, cultural or even legal realms.