Charisia Chatz is an installation artist and curator of contemporary art and design. Her creative artwork has also expanded into the art directing sector and her experience based on museums, galleries and art Institutions have eventually created a strong character around her work and aesthetic. Charisia has worked in museums like the Benaki Museum, the Museum of Cycladic Art and galleries like the DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, and most recently at the NEON Art Foundation and the D.Daskalopoulos Collection. She has participated in several art exhibitions in the UK and now works as a freelancer for a number of art projects based in Athens, including TEDxAUEB, Athens Video Art Festival, Absurdum Magazine, as well as, being involved in the creative aspect of short-film productions.
Having obtained a BA degree in Fine Art Sculpture at the University of Brighton, UK and an MA degree in Curating Contemporary Art & Design at Kingston University in partnership with the Design Museum, London, UK, she has also followed a short course in Video Arts Production at the UCA, UK. Her enthusiasm in exploring new ideas and concepts around the arts, together with her eagerness regarding interaction with the audience itself, undoubtedly contribute to making any project she undertakes a great success and stimulus for both the public and the production team.
Charisia’s participation will be an added value to the creation of Austerity since she will enrich it with her artistic approach. The collaboration and the bonding of the team, as well as, each one’s contribution to this film-production will definitely orchestrate an exciting and creative result.