Synkroniciti is delighted to welcome Greek interdisciplinary artist Eugenia Grammenou with a stirring poem, Inner Topography. This piece hits the hard issues of abuse, misogyny and control. Eugenia confronts them with boldness, revealing the marks they leave on our bodies and the structures in our minds and souls. We will be printing Inner Topography in both Greek and English.
Eugenia Grammenou is a visual artist working in various media, ranging from drawing, installation and video art to performance and theater. She received a degree in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts AUTH in Thessaloniki (2003). She completed the Master’s Degree Course at the Cultural Organizations Management MSc EAP, specializing in the social role of the museum (2017). She is a PhD candidate at The School of Drama Faculty of Fine Arts at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2019), Greece.
Her work has been presented in solo and many group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.
Issues such as human nature and inner contradictions, depictions of the human condition, time and memory concern her and she explores them through drawings, video, installation and performance.