Katerina holds bachelor’s degrees in Architecture and in Fine Arts from Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Arts from Frederick University. She lives and works in Nicosia.
With an interdisciplinary approach and experimental mood, Katerina’s work explores the ephemeral Spaces of Transformation between any two bodies – whether physical, social or conceptual- such as human and environment or conscious and unconscious. She observes their relationships, often through the lens of universal forces such as entropy or gravity, and examines how their inter-actions can fuel tensions, fragmentations and sociopolitical transformations. The artist’s efforts to counter-balance this psychological tension include sculpture, installation, video, printmaking, and 3D printing and expand into psycho-physical practices, achieving balance in upside down yoga postures and creating ridiculous meditations, while even chemical reactions, perceptual capacity and qualities such as feelings become elements of the work.