TABOO - TRANSGRESSION - TRANSCENDENCE
in Art & Science
27-29 September 2023, Malta Society of Arts, Valletta
A video presentation of an immersive art installation based on seismic data, as an attempt to turn into a visual and audible experience the data that represent the complexity of the Earth’s processes
Tania Tsiridou: Concept, video, project’s Coordinator,
Thanasis Mamatsis: (Programmer) Video Processing, Programming, Data Visualization,
Vasilis Agiomyrgianakis: Data Sonification
Curated by Hub of Art Laboratories (Greece)
Experienced in multimedia productions and hybrid arts projects, Tania Tsiridou, PhD, was a member of the Organizing Committee of the conference TTT2017 Corfu, as well as the exhibition designer of "Stelarc Alternate Anatomies" (TTT2016) and "Body Esc" (TTT2017). She is a Specialised Teaching Staff in Interactive & Audiovisual Arts at the Department of Audio & Visual Arts of the Ionian University where she is one of the founding members of InArts Lab, Tania Tsiridou has been since a member of the curatorial team coordinating AV-School: Workshops & Seminars Cycle of the Audiovisual Arts Festival for 2021, 2022 and 2023.
Thanasis Mamatsis is a PhD candidate in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). He received his M.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the aforementioned University. Since 2022, he has won a grant from the Research Committee of NTUA for the support of his PhD. During the present year, he has assisted in the project “HAL” of Ionian University, in the hub run by Tania Tsirigou. He has six publications in International Journals with Impact Factor and three presentations at International Conferences. His professional interests include Renewable Energy Systems, Electrical and Computer Engineering and he was responsible for the construction of more than ten photovoltaic power plants. His research interests are mainly in the fields of Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, Writer Identification, Archaeometry and Scientific Computing.