Majka Dokudowicz & loannis Anastasiou 

multiple titles – serigraph on paper


Majka Dokudowicz 

“She is a traveler and collector of impressions, experiences, moments and untypical objects.  She's working mostly in intaglio and relief techniques and she's eager to experiment in printmaking by incorporating in the process unusual materials, photography and her bookbinding knowledge. In her artistic works and research she examines the fragment, its meanings and unique dichotomies. She is approaching printmaking and its various techniques and artists' books with an experimental attitude towards their application and limits.”

Born in 1990, in Warsaw, Poland. She is a PhD student in printmaking at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Art and Design in Wrodaw, where she also obtained her master of art degree in Printmaking and Graphic Design in the studio of Professor Anna Janusz- Strzyi: and Assistant Professor Mariusz Gorzelak. She also holds the bachelor degree in Culture Studies from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. She took part in more than 90 exhibitions worldwide and she had 5 solo exhibitions.

loannis Anastasiou 

“I see myself as an arbitrary explorer, a chancy voyager, an informal investigator in the realms of Memory. My aim is to find and highlight the instability of what we perceive as something concrete, absolute and defined. I am attracted by the fluidity of Memory, how it decays, transforms and changes and how we, as subjects, reconstruct, misconstruct and deconstruct it in their collective and individual environment. My research is focused on understanding these shifts and demonstrating them through the use of Printmaking. In my practice I incorporate both traditional and experimental printmaking techniques in creating 3-0 objects, installations, artists' books and prints, often embodying social and political context. ”

Born in 1995 in Athens, Greece. 

Currently a PhD student in the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Wroclaw, Poland. He Obtained Master Degree in Printmaking in Professor Xenophon Sachinis studio, School of Visual and Applied Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.  His work includes social and political context. He incorporates the relief, intaglio, planographic and experimental printmaking techniques in creating 3-0 objects, installations, artists' books and prints. 

He has received awards and honorary mentions and has taken part in over 60 collective exhibitions and competitions internationally. He has also participated in various international conferences and symposiums.

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