PlatformSphinx: The Mechanics of Enigma
Wednesday 14 December 2011,
Lecture Hall, Department of Architecture, Pedion Areos, Volos
Nadia Kalara leaves and works in Athens, Greece. She studied Fine Arts at the School of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and University of East London (MA). Since 2009 she is a doctorate candidate at the University of Thessaly. Her research focuses on the aesthetics of heterochrony in the work of Robert Smithson as an invention of models of artistic practice based on temporal strategies.
She has been teaching visual arts, since 2003, at the departments of Architecture of the Universities of Thessaly and Patras.
She has participated and taught in international workshops of art and architecture (UIA, Istanbul, KAM, Crete, AOO projects, Athens).
Solo and group shows include the Beton7 Gallery, Athens, the Museum of Freud’s, St Petersburg (2010), the Art Athina, (2009), the 2nd Athens Biennial, (2009), the 7th Architecture Biennial, Sao Paolo, (2007).