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Stella-Maria Pouli / Maria Lyberidou / Natalia Koutsopetrou / Manolis Panagiotakis (Greece)

Updated: 13-03-2017 16:14

– Interactive audiovisual installation
Title: Sonic Narration
Venue: Vryssaki
Date: 20-22 March 2017



Indoors Audiovisual

The public space experience is a multisensory one. Multitude of stimuli, perpetually changing, unpredictability and coincidence compose the existing chaos. This existing chaos stems from human activity. It is, let's say, impossible to count and preset the vast variety of people standing and behaving in everyday life and as a consequence the containing of such chaotic scenery cannot be determined.

Through this project, we want to point out this chaos-making procedure and afterwards suggest a non-obvious observation of it. On the occasion that people themselves are those who compose reality, we want to raise it, listen to it and observe it. This multimedia installation aims to stimulate human hearing and eyesight. In the end it is about an invitation towards the composer to undertake his own making material and contribution to everyday life happening.



Stella, Maria and Natalia met in Heraklion as teenagers. They decided to combine their different backgrounds due to their mutual interests in visual art and performance art and now they are exploring the emerging possibilities in multimedia installations.



Stella-Maria Pouli

Stella was born in Heraklion. She is currently a student in the School of Music studies in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. From her early school years she has worked on musical composition and songwritting and participated in several music groups. Now she is experimenting on the fields of performance art and contemporary music.


Maria Lyberidou

Maria was born in Orestiada. She is a student in the department of Architecture, University of Thessaly. She has work on design, graphic design, video editing and montage and she has participated in numerous workshops and exhibitions relating to visual arts and architecture.


Natalia Koutsopetrou

Natalia was also born in Heraklion and is currently a student in the department of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has participated in archaeological excavations and architectural exhibitions and is exploring the fields of urban studies, performativity and corporeality in art and architecture and socially engaged art.