“Re:souvenir” – Exhibition


Viki Zioga & Nikos Kostopoulos


Saturday 11 May - Sunday 12 May
14:00 - 22:00


Byzantine Bath (Thessaloniki)


Viki Zioga & Nikos Kostopoulos

“Reconstitution of a souvenir” by Nikos Kostopoulos and Viki Zioga with the participation of a group of emerging artists and fine art students, takes place in the Byzantine Bath of Thessaloniki and the surrounding area. Using the physical space as a vessel of memories and daily discussions, it investigates the concept of prosthetic memory, as coined by professor Alison Landsberg in her essay “Prosthetic memory: the ethics and politics of memory in an age of mass culture”, and its potential in developing empathy and solidarity towards the Other. The project manifests as a two-days experiential workshop, which will result to an audiovisual presentation, open to the public.



11 /5 14:00 – 22:00

12/5 12:00 – 21:00




Viki Zioga

Viki Zioga investigates the potential of collective learning and art-making in social transformation. Her practice consists of creating and facilitating frameworks for collective encounters to reflect on the process of listening and open up the discourse concerning the terms of audibility that permeate a community. Viki graduated in 2018 from the Master of Education in Arts at Piet Zwart Institute (NL) and is a member of CBK Rotterdam. http://www.vikizioga.com

Nikos Kostopoulos

Nikos Kostopoulos is an audiovisual artist that researches interaction and participation  in art and in the public space. Combining new media and performative techniques he is making work with social content, aiming to raise questions and discourse. Nikos graduated from the MA in Photography at AKV St.Joost (NL) in 2017 and is a member of CBK Rotterdam. www.votka-exete.com


Sofia Milona, Katerina Anastasiou, Eleni Kehagia, Anastasia Tsalpatourou, Athina Kampouri, Sotiris Pagonis, Drosoula Chatzistamou, Antonis Rapanis, Marios-Leandros Mpasteas, Thomas Kalliaras, Vasiliki Oikonomopoulou-Papachronopoulou, Sofia Piperidou, Sofia Maria Chatzipaschali, Maria Panagiotidou, Andriana Rodakou.