Statement

My work explores the manner that our way of living results in social and ecological vulnerabilities. I am attracted by the power that everyday objects and materials have and for that reason I use scrap materials and other insignificant objects in my practice.

I experiment with the scale and size of these objects to give them different meanings and highlight their role.

 

My artworks aim to depict such objects and materials in a playful and ironic way and to stimulate the viewers to think about the potential of objects that they take for granted. Reflecting these issues, I create sculptures mostly by discarded materials, wood, metal and acrylic plastic.

 

CV

Konstantinos Leloudas 

 

Born 1988, Athens, Greece

 

Education

 

2016 – 2018, MFA Fine Art, Wimbledon College of Arts - UAL 

2012 – 2015, Bachelor of Arts in Design, Vakalo - Art and Design College - Athens 

Group Exhibitions

2019, “The Art cures, doesn't hurt”, Sto Sxoleio Art Space, Athens

2019, “100 Years of Loneliness and a Snake”, Sto Sxoleio Art Space, Athens

2018, “Orbit UK Art Graduates Show”, OXO Bargehouse, South Bank

2018, “Vibrant”, The old biscuit factory, Bermondsey

2017, “One that Holds Everything”, Crypt Gallery, Euston

2017, “17m2 at space 272”, UAL Building, High Holborn

2017, “Life in a shoe box”, Back Room Gallery, Peckham  

Award

2018, “Flow Associates Sustainability Award”