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Angelina Voskopoulou

Angelina Voskopoulou:
Born in Athens, Greece on 14th May 1981.
I am a graduate (BA with Distinction) in Fine Arts and Technology and I also have aMasters degree in Digital Arts(university of the Arts London). I am teachingat Athens cultural center Art and New Media . I am also the course leader in Digital Arts at iversity (platform for open massive online courses) More over, I am working my own videos, as well as sculptures made from polyester. I am also the Co founderand video artist/director of ‘state of flux’ dance group.
On 2010, I was one of the Representative artists in European meeting of young artists, of the European network for town twinning, congress hall National Center of scientific
research ‘Democritus’, Athens cultural center.

I have shown my work in many art festivals and exhibition
spaces,worldwide(Greece,Italy,Canada,Sweden,London,USA,Spain,Peru,Argentina,Bulgaria,Morocco)

Recently I was selected for the Biennial Edition of VIDEOFOCUS,Stigmart10 ,Videobiennale, special issue featuring videoartists and independent filmmakers. More over I am participating in The Mdina Cathedral Contemporary Art
Biennale, 2015-2016.
I was selected for Cannes festival (short film corner, 2015), further more, I am part of New Digital Art Biennale, in São Paulo and Part of the Museum ofDigital Fine Arts (MoDFA).
Some of my art work over the past years has been focused on
‘minimal movement’. My view regarding the power of that which is minimal has been reinforced by research, the
application of ideas and the results from previous research. The movement of a unit is considered to be that which drives all things. I don’t wish to lead anyone to wonder about
the physical world and its laws or create religious questions regarding God and creation.
The project is centered on Man and his inner world.That which I call minimal movement, is the internal movement, internal action or intensity and how everything doesn’t necessarily have to entail external action. Even total lack of movement indicates internal
intensities, conflicts, disputes and concerns.

www.avos.wordpress.com
www.2formotion.net

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