“PYMAR” is an interactive light and sound sculpture that through the constant reflection of light, explores the concept of infinity. A system of mirrors and light elements, which form a pyramid with a square base, is activated by the presence of the viewer who sets the light in motion in a different pattern each time. The repeated reflection of light patterns on the interior surfaces of the installation creates a kaleidoscopic landscape in constant motion.
Yiannis Kranidiotis (GR)
Yiannis Kranidiotis is a new media artist and musician whose work explores the relationship between light and sound by creating spaces and experiences where both coexist and interact. He is also interested in investigating the inseparable relationship between science and art. This requires a cross-disciplinary work with sound, visual arts, coding, electronics and physics. His work has been presented in many festivals and exhibitions like SPECTRA 2017 (Aberdeen, UK), Made in NY Media Center (New York), B-Seite Festival (Germany), Rome Media Festival 2016 (Rome), ISEA 2016 (Hong Kong), ISEA 2015 (Vancouver), MADATAC 08-06 (Madrid), Lumen Prize Online Gallery, Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Longlist, Onassis Cultural Center (Athens). Many websites and magazines have published articles about his work including “Google Cultural Institute”, “The Creators Project”, “Gizmodo”, “Open Culture”, “Hyperallergic”, “Bigthink” and “Konstvärlden”. He has also composed music for short films and theatre. He has a BS in Physics from University of Partas and M.Sc. in Optics from Essex University. He lives and works in Athens.