Bring the Noise: 15 texts about hip hop.
A book published by Teflon magazine and Archive 71, about hip hop, with texts (in greek) and photographs.
There you can find photographs from Show me what you got, my text about the break-dance scene in Athens, and much more about graffiti, DJing, Emceing!
Collective exhibition 24 7 hip hop, efimerida gallery, Athens
29/6/2018 - 6/7/2018
Collective photography exhibition: Tatiana Mavromati, Sylvia Tsobanaki, Stavroula Karle
24 hours, 7 days hip hop
The habits, the practices of all those who make, adapt, reproduce the hip hop cultures today in Athens.
Today, in Athens, the elements of hip hop: djing, emceeing, b-boying, graffiti.
With two turntables, a microphone, a dance floor and a spray. In neighborhoods, squares, parks, streets, studios, shops, places in the metropolis.
Hangout, break, live, graffiti jam.
A lot of different hip hop scenes.
Many different origins in the multi-racial Athens.
Hip hop situations, as we photographed them through our individual paths.
The phenomenon of hip hop, as it is shaped from '00 onwards.
Very lively, fiery, in progress,
24 7 hip hop!
gynaikopaida project in Twixt lab
gynaikopaida in fields of battle with performances, films, videos, presentations, dance, painting, small scale installations on birth, medicalisation of the female body and kinship.
OVO Hellas: "Gynecologic and Obstetric Violence: Now and then", The Pink House, Antwerp -Ersi Varveri and Gijs Waterschoot-, Ianthi Aggelioglou, Ayşenur Babuna, Aggeliki Bozou, Despoina Gamvroudi, Fotini Gouseti, Sofia Grigoriadou, Tatiana Ilichenko, Tatiana Mavromati, George Miliarakis, Persefoni Myrtsou, Eliana Otta, Μaroula Papanastasi, Nikos Polymenakos, Prokni, Panos Sklavenitis, Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki, Naira Stergiou, Michailangelos Vlassis-Ziakas and Τina Voreadi.
Curated by Eva Giannakopoulou.
Collective exhibition Each one of us, Poems&Crimes art bar gallery, Athens
Collective photography exhibition: Dimitra Kakka, Demetra Louvrou, Tatiana Mavromati, Despina Papakonstantinou, Katerina Fafouti
Each one of us
each one familiar stranger
mundane special threatening affectionate annoying
all at the same time
femme bitch tomboy
each one of us out there in there
beautiful ugly crazy gossiper smooth-talking mute
a mother or not
wearing eye liner or not
having periods or not
big or small breasted
a typical smile or not
carrying a chainsaw necessarily
most of the times each one of us
two of us, three of us
at the cafeteria in the streets on the subway
on the bus
going around and getting older
each one of us
in there out there
all these at the same time
and even more
Collective exhibition Ordinary women, Praxitelous bar gallery, Athens
7/10/2015 - 22/10/2015
Photography Exhibition : 17 photographers – 60 photographs
This exhibition is dedicated to the average, typical and ordinary women.
As we all know, the social demands for “perfect” bodies and an “impeccable” attitude weigh especially upon women. So long as we look around us (and inside ourselves) at the millions of stereotypical pictures of the woman’s “perfection” that overflow the city, the tv, the internet, the magazines: the super woman that has it all and does it all – and is a bargain.
On the other hand, the 60 photographs of this exhibition aspire to show ordinary women, in real life: girls, women, mothers, housewives, old women, all of them being ordinary human beings of this world. These women are so ordinary as the situations we face in our everyday life.
At the same time, there is no doubt that they are unusual and unique: they are the (extra)ordinary women.
The exhibition was organized by me, old and current students and friends: Alex, Kiriaki Arabantzi, Stratos Arvanitis, Sofia Vikatou, Dimosthenis Giannakos, Dimitra Kakka, Istyl, Stavroula Karle, Giannis Kafkas, Tatiana Mavromati, Despina Papakonstantinou, Vasia Paparouni, Panagiotis Petrovatzis, Stratos Pavlelis, Anna Tagkalou, Sylvia Tsobanaki, Katerina Fafouti
Publication on Tema mag with the series Little Georgia
Publication of essay Lali, a part of the Little Georgia series, in the 4th printed edition of Tema mag (Lisboa, Portugal), finalist at the “Start over” competition, organized by Tema mag.