Athena Rachel Tsangari is a Greek artist known for her experimental and multidisciplinary approach to art. She is best known for her interactive installations that seek to challenge the viewer's perception of reality and social conventions. She graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts in 1992 and has since been involved in a number of exhibitions and film festivals around the world, including the Venice Biennale and the Acropolis Museum. Her most notable works include the interactive installation The Fishbowl (2019), the dance film Chevalier (2015), and the performance art piece The World in Cycles (2014). Throughout her works, Tsangari focuses on themes of power and identity, offering unique perspectives on the construction of cultural values. Her works have been critically acclaimed for their ability to confront modern viewers and challenge societal norms.
Athena Rachel Tsangari, Greek Artist, Greek Film, Interactive Installation, Performance Art.
— Mei Wang
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