Eva
Papamargariti

Eva
Papamargariti

Her practice focuses on time-based media (digital installations, video, gif animations) but also printed material and installations.

She is interested in the creation of 2D/3D rendered spaces, forms and geometries which can provoke quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical.

Using a variety of tools and software she explores the themes of fragmented motion, paradoxical events and spatial distortion.

The last years she has collaborated with different design groups and brands like Nike, Kenzo, MTV, Diesel and she has exhibited her work in cities like, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Berlin, Seattle, Amsterdam, Lima, Toronto, Montreal, Athens, Edinburgh among others; more specifically in institutions museums and festivals such as the New Museum (New York), Whitney Musem (New York), Tate Britain (London), Museum of Moving Image (New York), MoMA PS1 (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal and Transmediale Festival, Berlin and also on the Internet ( Panther Modern, Parallelograms, ANIGIF, 15Folds, Channel Normal, The Wrong - Digital Art Biennale, Eternal Internet Brotherhood, Cloaque.org).

Her practice focuses on time-based media (digital installations, video, gif animations) but also printed material and installations.

She is interested in the creation of 2D/3D rendered spaces, forms and geometries which can provoke quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical.

Using a variety of tools and software she explores the themes of fragmented motion, paradoxical events and spatial distortion.

The last years she has collaborated with different design groups and brands like Nike, Kenzo, MTV, Diesel and she has exhibited her work in cities like, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Berlin, Seattle, Amsterdam, Lima, Toronto, Montreal, Athens, Edinburgh among others; more specifically in institutions museums and festivals such as the New Museum (New York), Whitney Musem (New York), Tate Britain (London), Museum of Moving Image (New York), MoMA PS1 (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal and Transmediale Festival, Berlin and also on the Internet ( Panther Modern, Parallelograms, ANIGIF, 15Folds, Channel Normal, The Wrong - Digital Art Biennale, Eternal Internet Brotherhood, Cloaque.org).

Her practice focuses on time-based media (digital installations, video, gif animations) but also printed material and installations.

She is interested in the creation of 2D/3D rendered spaces, forms and geometries which can provoke quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical.

Using a variety of tools and software she explores the themes of fragmented motion, paradoxical events and spatial distortion.

The last years she has collaborated with different design groups and brands like Nike, Kenzo, MTV, Diesel and she has exhibited her work in cities like, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Berlin, Seattle, Amsterdam, Lima, Toronto, Montreal, Athens, Edinburgh among others; more specifically in institutions museums and festivals such as the New Museum (New York), Whitney Musem (New York), Tate Britain (London), Museum of Moving Image (New York), MoMA PS1 (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal and Transmediale Festival, Berlin and also on the Internet ( Panther Modern, Parallelograms, ANIGIF, 15Folds, Channel Normal, The Wrong - Digital Art Biennale, Eternal Internet Brotherhood, Cloaque.org).

Her practice focuses on time-based media (digital installations, video, gif animations) but also printed material and installations.

She is interested in the creation of 2D/3D rendered spaces, forms and geometries which can provoke quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical.

Using a variety of tools and software she explores the themes of fragmented motion, paradoxical events and spatial distortion.

The last years she has collaborated with different design groups and brands like Nike, Kenzo, MTV, Diesel and she has exhibited her work in cities like, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Berlin, Seattle, Amsterdam, Lima, Toronto, Montreal, Athens, Edinburgh among others; more specifically in institutions museums and festivals such as the New Museum (New York), Whitney Musem (New York), Tate Britain (London), Museum of Moving Image (New York), MoMA PS1 (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal and Transmediale Festival, Berlin and also on the Internet ( Panther Modern, Parallelograms, ANIGIF, 15Folds, Channel Normal, The Wrong - Digital Art Biennale, Eternal Internet Brotherhood, Cloaque.org).