Eva Papamargariti is an artist and motion designer. Her practice focuses on time-based media but also printed material and sculptural installations that explore the relationship between digital space and material reality. She is interested in the creation of 2d/3d rendered spaces and scenarios which provoke narrations based on the obscure simultaneous situations happening in a quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical environments, blurring the boundaries between these ‘ecosystems’.
Her work delves into issues and themes related to simultaneity, the merging and dissolving of our surroundings with the virtual, the constant diffusion of fabricated synthetic images that define and fragment our identity and everyday experience, the symbiotic procedures and entanglement that take place between humans, nature and technology. Furthermore, processes that are established through online presence, as well as the traces that our operations inscribe to the objects and habitat where we find ourselves situated into, through our continuous interaction with devices and machinic artifacts.
She has exhibited her work in cities like, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Berlin, Seattle, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Toronto, Montreal, Athens in institutions museums and festivals such as the New Museum (New York), Whitney Musem (New York), Tate Britain (London), MAAT Museum (Lisbon), Museum of Moving Image (New York), MoMA PS1 (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Athens Biennale( Athens), Thessaloniki Biennale (Thessaloniki), Transmediale Festival (Berlin).
Her work is featured in private collections such as Dakis Joannou Collection (Deste Foundation), PCAI Collection and more.
The last years she has collaborated and created work for different brands like NIKE, Kenzo, Boiler Room, MTV, Diesel, River Island, among others.
She graduated from the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly with a Diploma in Architecture (2012) and holds a master’s degree in Visual Communication Design from Royal College of Art, London (2016).