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Georgia Eleni Tigkinagka

Art CuratorLondon, United Kingdom
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Georgia Eleni Tigkinagka

Art CuratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a highly motivated and determined curator and production co-ordinator with extensive experience of working within in the art and design community. I harness a strong set of operational skills and show great resilience and integrity when working individually and as part of a team. Having graduated from two leading interdisciplinary courses in an international setting combined with my work experience, I believe I am equipped with essential skills in combining the ideal strategies towards the commercial success of exhibitions, promotion and collaboration with my associates. I am a very hardworking, trustworthy and forward-thinking professional with a passion and enthusiasm for exhibition design and collaboration.
  • Comic Invention
  • Face to Phase: Performative Exhibition
  • Attempt Vol. I: Iridescent Lover Knife
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Projects credited in
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Work history
    Assistant CuratorFace to Phase: Performative Exhibition
     - Athens, GreeceInternship
    Exhibition AttendantDocumenta 14
     - Athens, GreeceFull Time
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  • Art Exhibition
  • Exhibit Design
  • Art Curation
  • Curating
  • Art Production
  • Museum Display
  • Architecture Interiors
  • Autodesk Autocad
  • Adobe Create Suite
  • Artist Research
    MLitt Art History: Technical Art History, Making & MeaningUniversity of Glasgow
     - Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Through object-based, interdisciplinary research, through this Masters programme I focused on the act of making and everything that entails. I studied studio practices from a variety of disciplines, their materials and techniques, but also intentions and concept. I examined art technological sources to register the artist’s voice, and other testimonies on artistic practice, make reconstructions of historical recipes and modern techniques to understand practices, ageing and its consequences as well as other changes artworks go through. Researching this all-inclusive story of an artefact is known as technical art history. Dissertation on: Artificial Light as the Artistic Medium: Exploring The 20th-Century Light Art and Dan Flavin's Fluorescent Works.
    Degree in Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts & DesignTechnological Educational Institute of Athens
     - Athens, Greece