Karolina Stellaki’s work explores systems of communication and deploys the disappearance of conventional understanding of language, sound and no sound. Stemming from a hard of hearing perspective, her practice attempts to generate sensory experiences that question subjective narratives of knowing and politics of the world.
Karolina Stellaki is a visual artist working in Athens and London. She works across a range of mediums, from 360° virtual environments and sculpture, to video and performance. She has had her work shown in the UK and Greece, amongst other at Athens Digital Art Festival, the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art and at Vorres Museum. She completed a degree in Sculpture from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013 and an MFA in Media from the Slade School of Art in 2018, where she was the recipient of Julian Sullivan Award Award 2018 for outstanding achievement in media.