1st Thessaloniki International Greek-Diaspora Symposium

  • Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 2017

The Symposium constitutes the first public presentation of the Greek Diaspora and Immigration Research Program. Operating under the auspices of the Institute of International Education, USA and the FULBRIGHT Foundation, the program is funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Responsible for the organization of Symposium was DRIMMI “initiative”, an interdisciplinary body of individuals from Greece and abroad, a critical nexus for research on Greek Immigration, Diaspora and the Refuge, that largely aims at promoting discussion and cross-fertilization within and outside academia. The members of DRIMMI contribute to its aims by increasing public understanding on Greek migration, past and present.

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New York Diaries II, 2013

Fotis Sagonas

During my stay in NY City as a Fulbright artist I have worked on Urban Diaries. My intention was to represent the nexus between the everyday and the built environment, establishing an invisible passage between the past and the future.

Afetiries IV

We are very happy to have been part of DOMÉS International Review of Architecture – AFETIRIES IV, presenting Konstantin Melnikov’s, USSR Pavilion, 1925, Paris International Exposition, pointing the ways it influenced our work.

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Voyager: Humanity in Interstellar Space

Universal Space Program, New York, USA

Evangelos Kotsioris
Rutger Huiberts

Multimedia installation (circular projection, digital sound, real-time digital counters), 1hr, 57min

Alt Art Space, Istanbul Design Biennial, Are We Human?, 2016.