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Giorgos Gyparakis lives and works in Athens Greece

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Giorgos Gyparakis is a visual artist and educator based in Athens.
He is Professor of Visual Arts at the School of Architecture (NTUA).
His initial studies include degree in sculpture at the Aristotle University’s School of Fine Arts and graphic design at the Vakalo School.
By the end of the 90s, he has participated in the XLVI Venice Biennial, the Triennale of Sculpture, Osaka Japan Marseilles.
His work has been showcased, in Greece and abroad, in 8 solo exhibitions and in more than 100 group shows. He has also designed scenes, handmade idiosyncratic musical instruments and costumes for films, theatrical projects and performances.
His recent practice investigates the commercialization of leisure, the ways the data of our entire culture are being coded continuously in algorithms and graphs.
His works are included in the permanent collections of institutions and museums.


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