‘Now you see me, now you don’t’, is an interactive audio-visual installation about the sense of privacy. The experiences and aspects of the private sphere of a person are examined in regards of how common and familiar they may be. It questions the meaning or the necessity of communicating them with someone else. Is it appropriate? With anyone? Under which conditions? The work shows elements, symbolic of the private sphere of the artists -photos of places and objects- where their viewing is only allowed through a symbolic handshake - interaction with the work.
Barakari, Sissy born in Athens-Greece. She is an Electrical and Computer Engineer (NTUA), a new-media artist and a cello player. She is finishing her Postgraduate Studies in Digital Arts/Arts of New Media at Ionian University. She has won 1st prize for a painting contest from Cambridge University Press (2004). As a cello player, she has participated, among others, in the Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra, in the theatrical performance “The Little Prince” (7th EEME Conference and 32nd ISME Conference), in the videodance “The Waiting” (AVDP and ORK_KOTA_platform-Budapest (prize)), in the presentation of the piece “Inuksuit” (J.L.Adams) in SNFCC, in the 18th International Pelion Festival, in the 6th , 7th ,8th and 9th AVDP and in the 16nd ADAF (October 2020). She has attended scientific conferences, music therapy, chamber music and conducting seminars and seminars of composition of various forms of art - performance. She has given presentations and has published research papers in Greek Conferences of Electrical Engineers and of NKUA and in the international conference MEI2018 (Leeds,UK).
Kapela, Panayota is a visual artist, illustrator and art teacher born in Athens and currently living in Corfu, Greece. She holds a BA in Fine Arts /Painting from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a MA in Audiovisual Arts from the Ionian University. Her works were exhibited in several group shows and two solo exhibitions. A sample of her body of work can be found in the site https://panayota.wixsite.com/kapelaki