Liana Psarologaki

Liana Psarologaki’s practice forms a contextualized admixture of architecture and fine art. Her broader research explores the poetics and geometry of space along with issues of consciousness and cognition; simultaneously raising questions of placement and spatial awareness.

Within her practice she approaches the use of models as a powerful tool of both physically experimenting on the materiality of concepts and communicating intentions. She is particularly interested in questioning its role partly as simulacrum of the imaginary and partly as representation of a final outcome, as used in different spatial practice disciplines. The above comes in juxtaposition –or applies collaboratively- with the virtual simulation (CAD environment) and the process of ‘making’ the object/ structure/ building itself, following the principles and rationale of the designer/artist/ creator.