Lydia Andrioti lives and works in Greece, she is a visual artist and since 2009 she is involved in curatorial projects. In 2006 she attended the visual arts program of École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts in Paris (ENSBA) under the Erasmus program, in 2009 she graduated from the Athens School of fine arts (ASFA) and she holds a masters degree from the New Media program of Pratt Institute (NY, USA 2012). During her stay in the United States, she has participated in group shows and has been engaged in the production of settings, costumes and new media installations for theatrical plays and performances. Since 2009 she is curating exhibitions in Athens, New York, and the Aegean Islands. Lydia has participated in over 30 projects in New York, Vienna, Paris, Ireland, and Greece. Selectively: “Gemine Muse”, Crawford Municipal Museum, Cork, Ireland (2005). “Culture Industry, Folklore, and Clichés”, Vox, Athens GR (2008). “Intimate Space” Olympic Village, Vienna, Austria (2011). “Crisis and Paganism” Mykonos Biennale (2013). “In Praise of chance and failure” Family Business, New York, USA (2013), “Antidote, Mykonos annex of the Athens School of Fine Arts” Mykonos Biennale (2015), “The fantastic journeys of energy” Kappatos Gallery, Athens GR (2016), “The birds and the lightworkers backstage are singing together” solo show at Gazi Hall spaces, Athens GR (2017).