As a multi-media artist, I am driven by my desire to locate myself. I attempt to trace the boundaries of my persona in order to determine where I begin and where I end. The new technologies revolution has placed us in a universal predicament; we occur in simultaneous planes of existence, we co-exist in analogue and virtual world, disassociated from our own bodies, fragmented in time and space.

My work is a reflection on language and communication in the digital age – how they are created, perceived and restricted by the physical limitations of time and space. I approach the question from an anthropological and sociological perspective, looking at the changes but also the similarities between physical and virtual world; translating the codes and behaviors from one world to the other; exploring how our humanity and emotions reflect on the virtual sphere and, on the other hand, what happen when the virtual world “gets physical”. I decontextualize everyday-life material objects; inherited cultural symbols and behaviors viewers can easily connect emotionally with and pair them with elements, codes and practices unique to the online world.

My role as an artist is to build connections: between past and present, physical and virtual and ultimately between one and another. My work is built upon a network of meaningful collaborations, incorporating participatory components at multiple stages of the creative process – from the participants I interview during the research phase of a given project and whose personal stories and memories I use as a foundation for a new work; to the exhibition visitors that may be invited to engage directly with the work or contribute to it. Each of these subjective personal experiences is unique in its form and content, but gathered within the same piece and disconnected from their original author, they become an anonymous public exposure of our human nature that transcends time, languages and cultures.

Et Dieu créa l’@, Galerie Propos d’Artistes, Paris, France
Art publique, Be Museum, Sao Paolo, Brésil Shin Gallery, New York, USA
Galerie Alexis Lahellec, Paris, France TRAFO, Pologne
Arsenale of Venice and Future Centre Telecom Italia, commissariat par Dominico Quaranta, Venice, Italie Brucennial, New York, USA
Highline Gallery, New York, USA
WallPlay Gallery, New York, USA

Message in a bottle, programme spécial SCOPE Miami, commissariat par Lori Zimmer, Miami, USA
SIRI&me, online public art project
Galerie Vanessa Quang, Paris, France
Public art project, DUMBO Art Festival, New York, USA
Public art project, ArtHamptons, artiste invitée, New York, USA Biennale de Mykonos, Mykonos, Grèce
Public art project, NEW MUSEUM Ideas City, New York, USA BHQF, New York, USA
69th Regiment Armory, New York, USA

Public art project, Miami Design District, Miami, USA
Public art project, National Opera Hall, Thessaloniki, Grèce
Public art project, Nuit Blanche, Toronto, Canada
Queens Museum, New York, USA
Public art project, Art of Americas Museum as part of the Intl AIDS Conference, Washington DC, USA
VideoBites, Berlin, Allemagne
Public art project, Smithsonian Folk Festival, Washington DC, USA
Public art project, Governors Island, New York, USA

Public art project, Bayfront Park, Miami, USA Limner gallery, Group show, New York, USA
UAMO Art Festival, Munich, Allemagne

Finaliste de la 8ème édition du Prix Venice Arte Laguna pour THE WANTS
Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant LMCC
Gagnante de la 4ème edition du New Media Writing Price pour SIRI&me

2013 commission fondée par The Jerome Foundation pour MARK_IT

Art of Americas Museum et HUGO BOSS commission pour le Intl AIDS Conference for L
Gagnante du Scottia Bank/Artist Project Prize pour The Palm Authority Project

Nathalie Sears Private Collection, New York, USA
Anastasios Kallitsantsis Private Collection, Athènes, Grèce
Vosiki Law Firm, Thessaloniki, Grèce
Vaxon Biotech, Paris, France