Malvina Panagiotidi (Athens, 1985) lives and works in Athens. She studied architecture at the University of Thessaly and art at the postgraduate program “Art in Context” at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. She has been awarded the SNF Artist Fellowship Program (2018) and the Spyropoulos Foundation Award (2016). Her artistic practice focuses on the intersections between occult modernism, the function of the imaginary and uncanny human behaviour found in different sociopolitical contexts. Selected shows include: “When you touch about me, I think myself”, Signs, Istanbul (2020); “Gone today, here tomorrow”, AnnexM- Athens Concert Hall (2019); ”All Souls Day-Part II”, Rodeo Gallery, Piraeus (2019); “Constellations in the dirt”, Neon & Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades, Kouphonisi Archaeological Collection building (2018); “It was evening all afternoon”, You cannot hide for more than seven years curatorial venture, Athens (2018); “The Equilibrists”, DESTE Foundation & New Museum, Benaki Museum, Athens (2016); “Hypnos Project”, Onassis Cultural Center, Athens (2016); “The predictions of a one-night king”, Chalet Society, Paris (2015); “A monument for the first homosexual emancipation movement”, HKW, Berlin (2015). Since 2009 she is also a founding member of the artistic research group Saprophytes.
Vassiliki-Maria Plavou is mostly an architect. She works in the field of design and curating, while focusing on the overlapping of art and architecture. She explores through the exhibition format, the relationships of physical space and the space of the book. As part of her practice, she has established a graphic design agency with Marios Stamatis called Studio Precarity. The studio maps the dynamic and the limitations of several design tools on the occasion of diverse research narratives. Vassiliki-Maria Plavou’s research interests are gendered geographies, new materialism and the the notion of precarity in contemporary labor. She has curated the group shows; Please, Please Me, Amfissa Former Hospital, Amfissa (2020), Cra(u)sh. Or How You Made Me Kiss The Pavement, Grace Athens, Athens (2020) and the performance pieces Anthology of Cracks, Ksylapothiki Building – Ephorate of Antiquities of Piraeus and Islands, Piraeus (2020), Genesis21 <3, Kappatos Rooms at St.George Lycabettus, Athens (2019).