Katerina Neofytidou

Short bio

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.

Description of general work / practice

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. 


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