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Unseen Image/Intangible Material  2017
Installation / Wood, mirror, stone, B&W laser prints, colour fine art prints

curated by Aemilia Papaphilippou








The axe  2014
Performance-Installation / Chestnut branch and an axe 


Discarded objects collected from the surrounding area, 
assembled into a sculpture and installed in the mountains of Mytilini, Greece.




















The whole construction is flexible and quite open concerning its final form, which is based
on the idea of a house, an essential need but also a living entity: moving and evolving.
The specific house is in my studio. I started making it for practical reasons -
a place to stay alone or with my children – but in time it started to grow and transform.
The outside skin of the house is painted with blackboard-paint.
I am interested in the procedure of writing and erasing, along with the traces left behind.
The visitors are free to use it and  write whatever they want. 
The whole structure is resting on four wheels so that you can move it around.
Inside the house there is a closet for your clothes, a desk with a chair, a sofa
(big enough for one person to sleep), an entresol with a double bed, three windows
and a door that can be open in two different parts.


Home 2012-13
Sculpture / Wood, MDF, wheels, blackboard paint





































 Maybe, what we call identity is nothing more than a liquid state,
the course of which is defined through acts of awareness,
but also through randomness.
Eventually, what is left to us is the acceptance
of the fragility of ourselves, within the limits of each one’s ability. 

Of People I Love and things I don’t  know  2013

Installation / Discarded copper pipes, copper wire,  photographic portraits printed on canvas,
led lights, plastic bucket, tap, water pump, mirror, electric










The bar 2012
Sculpture / Leftover wood from the studio 200 X 170cm
Collaboration with Leonid Tsvetkov









Dream house 2010
Sculpture / Graphite rubbing of my worktable top, paper, oak table, wood and wax, paper 140X260cm
table with house 100 X 55 X 70cm










Tree with a view 2010
Installation / Wood, nails, bolts and nuts, chain 5 X 1,80m











Inverting the image of the city, I recognise less.
I can’t tell east from west, which way is up or down, 
if it is a city or a natural landscape. 
And yet, I can see farther. It provokes both my eye and my perspective. 
It’s building up and falling apart, again and again.
And in this chaotic and inhospitable environment I am finding my home.


Facing west  2009
Light box / Duratrans print, MDF,  300 X 50cm





















Inverted rendition  2009
Installation / Found objects, 10 X 3.8m

Discarded cupboards, closets, bookshelves, salvaged from the streets, made to fit
and suspended from the ceiling. One side shows the orderly surfaces and
the other reveals the traces of former use.











History is something that we inherit. Is our luggage. What’s exactly in it we can’t tell,
is an abstraction, heavy or not what keeps us rooted is its weight.  


We’ve been given a history 2009
Sculpture / Solid piece of bended hardwood and handle, 50 X 38cm










Like father like son  2006
Installation / mirror, wooden beam 2 X 2 X 3.8m

Mirror held to the ceiling supported with a wooden beam.










To know your enemy (Judean desert)  2009
Performance-Installation / Discarded objects and a cactus


Discarded objects collected from the surrounding area, 
assembled into a sculpture and installed in the Judean dessert, Israel.










Aemilia  2005
Video installation / Digital video on DVD, 6′:00″











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Trees have roots and birds have wings  2005
Performance-Installation /  Discarded wood, 12m high


During a period of two months, discarded wood was collected
around Amsterdam.
In the garden of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, I built a little house

under the tree, from which we slept, cooked and worked on the
The work and the process of building, became a meeting place,

an event, a social project, a celebration.
Passers by, neighbours, local office workers, school children came
to be part of the whole process.
My father came to live and work with me.His presence felt to me
as he was representing the past generations.










Heaven  2004
Installation/casted glass, rope







Earth 2004
In the basement of a former woodworking college, I stood naked and blindfold.

I had erased any evidence of human presence,and light.
The audience were invited to enter the space, one at a time.
They were handed a torch, and shown the way in via a ladder.
They could explore the space in their own time.









The motorcycle project 2003
Book / Denim pocket and polaroids

Over the course of a 5 week residency,I invited individuals to join me on short motorcycle trips.
We always left from and returned to the same spot.
When, with whom, how long and to where was never predetermined.
Each journey was caught on Polaroid. I compiled a one off book of these 28 Polaroids.









On the way home  2003

Collaboration with Avshalom Sigawi
Having removed all our belongings from our rooms at home,

and the doors, we brought them to a space visible to and
with 24hr access to the public. Using this as material we worked 
and lived in the space for 12 days. This performance culminated in an installation.



























a Kind of You 2001
Book / Offset print, 24 pages
I was born in 1973 in Pireaus.The photographs are of the view from my house.
View which I look at since I was born.
The photographs were taken within the year 2000
and the diary was written in 1988.
The book was printed in 100 copies.