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Object | STEP 22

with Petros Lolis, Rodrigo Andreolli and Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki06/06/23, 01/11/2019 Object library

is a visual artist, based in Athens Greece. His practice reflects his attempt towards a better understanding of the condition of living, through the movement of time, the relation between habit and intention as a state of being and the study of the material as a means of communicating the immaterial. His work varies between figurative painting, sculptural compositions and video animation. He is currently attending the Athens School of Fine Arts. He has participated in various group exhibitions in Athens, Greece in the past three years.

is a Brazilian artist who transits through the performing arts, interested in researching the body as an element for sensitive activation of the visible and invisible layers of the public matter. He acts elaborating production structures in multidisciplinary art projects.
Structural artist for the research project Terreyro Coreográfico (2014- São Paulo), with a group of choreographers, architects and urbanists, framing actions on public spaces to study the crossings of choreography, architecture and urban programming. 
He was at Sndo – School Of New Dance Development-(Amsterdam, 2009) for the winter intensive workshops. He was selected for Danceweb Scholarship Program 2015 - Impulstanz Vienna Dance Festival. In 2017, Rodrigo was part of Capacete Residency in Athens, Greece, during the period of Documenta 14, associated with Athens School of Fine Arts.
Andreolli is currently part of the Master in Choreography and Performance at the Institute for Applied Theater Studies, JLU, Gießen, Germany.

is the founder of Yellow Brick – research a project space/residency devoted to artist's research and playground/testing ground for exhibition making.Her personal work entangles materiality through methodologies of exploring, collecting and archiving, resulting in the creation of sculptural manifestations around the ideas of topos. For Sifostratoudaki, materiality stands as a broader term for framing geography, object, humans, language and gestures and sculpture as a moving organism.