Olga Venetsianou has studied architecture in the Canterbury School of Architecture in the UK and in the National Technical University of Athens (2002). Following a few years of architectural practice, she went on to complete the MA in Digital Arts in the Athens school of Fine Arts (2006), where she was awarded a state scholarship for exceptional performance. She holds a PhD from the School of Architecture – University of Thessaly (2014) funded by a scholarship from the Alexander S. Onassis foundation. She is interested in the spatial qualities of the projection system, in particular the effect of the design of the projection surface in increasing viewer participation in projection-based installations. She is an adjunct lecturer in the University of West Attica. Her work has been published in scientific journals and presented in international conferences. She is also an elected member of the Association of Greek Architects and representative of the Technical Chamber of Greece in the BIM (Building Information Modeling) workgroup of the Architects’ Council of Europe, as well as the Internationalization and New Business models workgroup. She also works privately as an architect, having collaborated in housing, cultural and commercial projects in Greece and abroad.
“28, Kifissias Av.”: installation with 6 projection panels and five loudspeakers
“Projection Exhibition Space”: transformation of a photographer’s residence with projections and other image materialization techniques
“The Wi-Fi seat”: translucent seat for outdoor use that works as a light-fitting and interactive light source