Angelina Voskopoulou , Artemis Skoulika
is a graduate (BA with Distinction) in Fine Arts and Technology and also has a Masters degree in Digital Arts(university of the Arts London). Angelina works on her own videos, as well as sculptures made from polyester.
She has shown her work in many art festivals and exhibition spaces worldwide(Greece,Italy,Canada,Sweden,London,USA,Spain,Peru,Argentina,Bulgaria,Morocco,Paris,Hong kong, Russia )
On 2018, received the international Caravaggio Award , Litta Theater,Milan, Italy
0n 2019, received an award prize in video art category from Bibart, Biennale Internazionale d’Arte, Bari, Italy
On 2019, received an HM award from London international creative competition
On 2019, received The Giotto contemporary art award in the frame of ‘international art magazine contemporary’ in Lisbon
On 2019, she received the third place award ,internationally ,for small format art ,in Biennale of Textile art in Madrid.Selected for the Art rooms fair in London and for the Art rooms Fair in Rome.
Recently selected for the contemporary art biennale in Cremona, Italy, Biennale di soncino.a marco .Her video art work has also been presented in the international conference of Vortex video 12th edition In Valletta Malta and at the cyfest 12, cyland festival in Saint Petersburg , Russia
is a Diploma photographer and cameraman with long experience in producing video and photographic material in corporate environments and media (news reporting, television broadcasting), for both commercial and artistic purposes. I am fully familiar with the production of corporate communication material for use in social media, but also in traditional communication channels (advertising spots, trade shows, etc.) and have extensive knowledge of producing audiovisual material for the media, construction industries and major public works. ) She has participated in many photography exhibitions worldwide . She is also an award winning photographer . Have been a rapporteur for photography training programs for three years. She is also a Certified Operator (drone) .
The Wake Up! Memorial – Corona! Shut Down?
video title: Angelina Voskopoulou, Artemis Skoulika, Vassiliki Nomidou (Greece) – Blurring The Boarders – A film collective, 2020, 3:29
“the camera can be so closely affiliated to the body, it can actually allow the screen dance audience to be anywhere with it. It is like you look through camera directly to audience’s eyes. Τhis is a way to communicate.everything included. It can be sculptural and photographic at the same time. So in every movement and in every form there is an intensity (or every movement and every form has an intensity). Motion is a duet between the body and the camera, the camera has been choreographed in relationship with it in a very precise way. We are aware of the camera’s presence and the fact it has a role, an identity and watch over us… observe us trying to get closer to us…enters the space where we are in and work together…like there is no escape, trying to find a language”is like a dead body standing up, and talked about the dead things inside dancing with it.
the dance of the unconscious, an expression of what we have not been able to express, of thoughts and feelings that are buried deep inside, beneath our conscious awareness.
it deals with the dark side of human beings and reflects things that people don’t want to face.The timing and movements are not set.
we want to uncover movement, not tell the dancer what to do. Instead, try to give the dancer a task, something to do physically along with a visualization.acknowledging emotions like anger, fear, and sadness, and letting them go…