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Where do I exist?
Event Title: DIPLOMA PROJECTS
Date and Time: 13/05/2021 (21:30-23:35)
Sousana Romanidou, Konstantinos Tiligadis

The title of this artwork is "Where Do I Exist?". This is a virtual space that explores the relationship between reality and virtual reality. Moreover, it the result of a pandemic society that tends to communicate through social media. It is the impression of our lifes into a virtual world, free from our body and the stereotypes it might follows it. Could we be free from our body and ideas such as gender identity and death? What is the meaning of touch into an immaterial world? Anyone can be part of this artwork with a twitter hashtag of the word #immaterial.

Sousana Romanidou

Sousana is a multimedia arist, based in Athens. She studied Audiovisual Arts at Ionian University in Corfu, at Ionia University. Her main interest is in the relationship between art and technology and the new meanings this relationship can bring to existence. She uses mixed media such as video, 3d grapics, web cam etc. She is researching internet identities, telematic society and virtual existence by creating virtual worlds and experiences concerning the above ideas. She often uses camera to involve the spectator into her artworks.

Konstantinos Tiligadis
Konstantinos Tiligadis is Vice president & Associate Professor at the Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University, with interest in art and technology as an expressive medium. He is a founding member of the ASIFA HELLAS organization for Greek Animation, artistic director at the International Animation Festival ΄ICONA΄ in Corfu, as well as member of the organizing committee of the University Festival of Digital Arts - Department of Audio and Visual Arts.

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Thursday 13-05-2021
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23:35-00:05
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