Greek Artist Lilia Ziamou Featured in Digital Event on Dec. 9

NEW YORK – Greek artist Lilia Ziamou shared an update via email noting that she will be participating in the live virtual event with Agora Digital Art on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 6:30 PM GST/1:30 PM EST, titled, “Digital Bodies as Narratives.”

She said, “I will speak on digital identities, art practice, and how we construct ourselves online. Please join us! Tickets are still available and I'd love to ‘see’ you there. Agora Digital Art is a lively creative network that initiates dialogue around Digital Art and Technology, so it's a great organization if those topics are of interest.”

Tickets are available online: https://agoradigital.art/talks/next-talks/digital-bodies-as-narratives-lilia-ziamou/.

“Even if you can't make the talk, I hope you'll check out the related essay, Lilia Ziamou Creates Fragmented Bodies from Scanning Bones by curator Katie Yook,” Ziamou added.

Ziamou’s “Staged” series was also featured in Musée Magazine. She said, “My ‘Staged’ series of digital compositions is featured in the ‘Identity’ Issue of Musée Magazine, out now, in print and online. I'm honored to have my work included alongside so many talented artists, writers, and thinkers. I've included a photo of my spread, and you can find the full issue online, for more ‘radical investigations into the mysterious and myriad facets of self.’”

More information about Lilia Ziamou is available online: www.liliaziamou.com and on Instagram: @liliaziamou.


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