Katerina Chatzikosti is a visual artist based in London and Athens, whose artistic journey has been profoundly influenced by her deep appreciation for everyday experiences, literature, poetry, and cinema. Graduating from the Athens School of Fine Arts with a specialisation in sculpture and Information Experience Design in the RCA, Katerina's work is multidisciplinary and embraces a wide range of mediums, including sketching, sculpture, sound, photography, and the utilisation of microcontrollers and programming.
With a keen focus on themes of space, memory, time, poetry, and the complexities of the human condition, Katerina creates thought-provoking artworks. Drawing inspiration from her surroundings and the power of storytelling, she incorporates symbolism and visual narratives into her pieces. By doing so, she invites viewers to embark on introspective journeys akin to being on a train, meandering through time and making stops at different stations.
Katerina's dedication to her craft has garnered recognition, including the Artworks Fellowship awarded to her by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation in 2022. Her participation in a diverse range of exhibitions throughout Greece has allowed her to engage with audiences from various backgrounds, fostering meaningful conversations and connections.
Through her practice, Katerina endeavors to evoke emotions. She believes that art is an open process with the power to hold multiple meanings, capable of transforming and evolving, reflecting itself uniquely on individuals.
As viewers interact with her works, they are invited to delve into their own personal narratives, contemplating the intersections of time, space, and the human journey.