Zoe Hatziyannaki is a visual artist based in Athens working
across photography, digital media and installations. She holds a
PhD from Goldsmiths College, University of London supported by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation. Her work has
been exhibited in Greece and abroad, received a Jerwood Photography Award, a NEON grant and
funding from the Greek Ministry of Culture. She has been a fellow in IdeasCity Athens, a member of Depression Era collective, a co-founder of A-DASH and an Onassis AiR fellow for 2023-24. Since 2018 she has been teaching in the Visual Arts department of the American College of Greece.
Zoe Hatziyannaki’s work is photography-based exploring forms of digital imagery. She is interested in relations of space and time and in the multiple connections and exchanges produced between alleged contradictory notions of past, present and future, near and far, virtual and real, nature and culture, private and public, outside and inside. The growing interest in technology and digital communications shifted her recent practice towards the use of new media which materialized in site-specific installations.