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Reflections | Infusions | Illusions

SofiaG at die Macherei in Zurich
Permanent exhibition

Vernissage:

22 September 2017, 18h
die Macherei
Lagerstrasse 104, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland



past
2014

Photobastei 1.0

6-16 March 2014
Zurich, CH

Vernissage:

6 Match 2014, 20h
PHOTOBASTEI
8005 Zurich, Switzerland




TIO ILAR 7

24 September -4 October 2014
Athens, GR

Vernissage:

24 September 2014, 20h
CONDUIT
Iera Odos 39, Athens, Greece




2013
TIO ILAR 6

3-17 June 2013
Athens, GR

Vernissage:

3 June 2013, 20h
ELGEKA
Ag. Ioannou Theologou 60, Aharnai, Athens, Greece


vernissage




2012
TIO ILAR 5

06 -20 June 2012
Athens, GR

Vernissage:

06 June 2012, 20h
ELGEKA
Ag. Ioannou Theologou 60, Aharnai, Athens, Greece


vernissage




2011
TIO ILAR 4

01 -10 June 2011
Athens, GR

Vernissage:

01 June 2011, 20h
ELGEKA
Ag. Ioannou Theologou 60, Aharnai, Athens, Greece


vernissage





SofiaG - Wanderings

01 February - 29 April 2011
@ UNION Basel

Vernissage:

05 February 2011, 19h
UNION Oberer Saal
Klybeckstrasse 95, 4057 Basel, Switzerland

SofiaG's body of work is an exploration of the world's complexity through contemporary images of people and their surroundings. Different methods are sought in order to unearth the connection between the visible (form and structure), and the invisible (sentiment and emotion). SofiaG translates her multicultural experiences with a sole criterion: beauty lies beneath the surface.

The exhibition features three thematic series:
Meet me in the centre
Screens
Tango


sneak preview


vernissage



2010



ShapeShift

by Sofia Georgakopoulou, Dino Rossi, Stefanie Sixt, Edyta Augustynowicz

Starkart 21.09.10 - 12.10.10
Brauerstrasse 126 8004 Zurich
Vernisage: 21.09.10 19:30 Uhr

ShapeShift is an experiment in future possibilities of architectural materialization. This project explores the potential application of electro-active polymer (EAP) at an architectural scale. EAP offers a new relationship to built space through its unique combination of qualities. It is an ultra-lightweight, flexible material with the ability to change shape without the need for mechanical actuators. As a collaboration between the chair for Computer Aided Architectural Design (ETHZ) and the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA), ShapeShift bridges gaps between advanced techniques in architectural design/fabrication and material science as well as pushing academic research towards real world applications.


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