Evi Kalogiropoulou

I am interested in ancient concepts of femininity and myths relevant to the female body and the social context of the post-colonial, patriarchal environment.

Evi Kalogiropoulou is a visual artist studying and working in Athens and London. Evi studied in the Athens School of Fine Arts and accomplished a Masters Degree in the Royal College of Art in the Moving Image path. Evi has had various screenings in London, Germany, and Greece, such as in Whitechapel gallery and Chisenahale Gallery in London.

In 2018, her film ‘Neighbours’ was screened in BFI after being shortlisted on the Tenderflix competition, organized by the British Film Institute and Tenderpixel Gallery.

She has made a public sculpture in Ermioni/Greece and has participated in several residencies such as the 2018 Initiator residency in Eleusina, where she worked with installations in public space. Evi Kalogiropoulou works mostly with moving image installations, experimental films, and sculpture; her projects explore ideas associated with the inclusion/exclusion, cross-culture identity, female figures in Ancient Greek mythology frames and sci-fi environments. She has a close collaboration and mentoring by Gareth Evans curator of Film in Whitechapel.

Available Videos to watch
Evi Kalogiropoulou
Neighbors / 14:28 / 2018 ▶
Evi Kalogiropoulou
She was always depicted running to the left with bent knees / 08:03 / 2018 ▶
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