Lito Kattou (b. 1990, Nicosia, Cyprus) is an artist based in Athens and Nicosia. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Art in London with an MA in Sculpture (2017) and the Athens School of Fine Arts (2013). Kattou is the recipient of the Ducato Prize 2019 and the New Positions Award for Art Cologne 2018. She has been the invited resident artist at Fondation Thalie Brussels, Art Hub Copenhagen, PCAI Contemporary Art Initiative and 89 plus Google Residency. Her works negotiate understandings of materiality and subjectivity through a composition of practices, spanning from digital fabrication to thermochemical elaborations. Kattou´s practice raises questions around the relationship between humans, animals and the environment and technology.
Petros Moris (b. 1986 in Lamia, Greece) graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts and Goldsmiths, University of London. He is a doctoral candidate at the University of Thessaly’s Department of Architecture, on an Onassis Foundation scholarship. He was the invited artist for the Delfina Foundation Residency in 2019, was an ARTWORKS 2018 program fellow and was awarded the Jannis Spyropoulos Prize in 2012. Moris explores the dynamics between manifestations of memory and the processes that relate to the pending project of the future. This aesthetic inquiry looks at the stratifications of the material, technological and cultural environments, as well as the fateful interrelations between natural and social phenomena. His practice develops mainly through sculptural production and writing, as well as through a network of artistic, curatorial and publishing collaborations.