Greece | light installation, Arnados
Vivetta Christouli presented a site-specific installation in the village of Arnados entitled “Urban Lighthouses”. This is a layout of reflective surfaces and luminous elements (led tubes) referring to the construction of old lighthouses. The project aims to enhance the integration of the private space with the public, since the installation of light fixtures in the dark and cold space of the village’s gallery creates a metaphorical connection to the warm, residential interior of the private home-dwelling that its floor is the roof of the public gallery.
Vivetta Christouli is an artist based in Athens. She studied painting at Athens School of Fine Arts (MA,1997) and at the Royal Academy of the Hague, Holland, (1994 Erasmus Scholar). In 1999 she received Master of Arts Degree, from NYU, New York (Bakalas scholarship). Her PhD Thesis in University of the Arts London, , (PhD, 2016, UAL, Camberwell College of Arts), is titled, ‘Site-specific art as an Exploration of Spatial and temporal limitations’.
She holds a BA Degree in Pharmacy from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (1992).
Her work is exhibited in 11 solo shows(1999-2018) and a lot of juried group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.
Adjunct Lecturer, in University of West Attica (UNIWA), Dpt. of Interior Architecture (2018-2019), and she has taught in the Athens University of Applied Sciences, Dpt. Of Fine Arts and Design (2002-2018).
She is the mother of two children, lives and works in Athens.