My name is Irini Folerou. I was born and raised in Athens, Greece but the last years I live and work in London.
In my work I explore the materiality of spatial experiences and the relationship with the unstoppable implications of time.
Themes in my work are around the notions of memory, nostalgia, safety, captivity and isolation, in relation to the human perception and presence.
In my most recent work I explore the personal limits in a dialogue with the social boundaries and norms.
MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UK.
BA in Industrial - Product design at Middlesex University, London, UK.
2018: Group exhibition ‘Sheshows’. Leyden gallery, London, UK.
2018: Group exhibition 'Turned On'. ArtLacuna gallery, London, UK.
2018: Group exhibition Video Art Miden, Archaeological Museum of Messinia, Kalamata, Greece
2018: Group exhibition Video Art Miden, Fokianou Art Space, Athens, Greece.
2018: Group exhibition CuratorSpace's first video art exhibition, Leeds Digital Festival, Leeds, U.K
2017: Group exhibition Cancan Film Competition. LemoArt Gallery. Berlin, Germany.
2016: Group exhibition ‘Hiding in plain sight’. The Flying Dutchman exhibition space. London, UK.
2016: Group exhibition 'Self/Control'. Punctum Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK.
2016: Group exhibition 'We are always several at once'. Safehouse1 Art Gallery. London, UK.
2015: Group exhibition 'Granfaloon Show 1' CSM, MA Fine Art Degree Show. Central Saint Martins,
University of the Arts London. Uk.
2014: Group exhibition ‘Sea beasts and Marsh Monsters’. TAP Temporary Arts Project Ltd. Essex, UK.
2014: Group exhibition ‘Central Saint Martins Postgraduate Interim show’. Bargehouse, OXO, Tower Wharf.
2012: Group exhibition ‘Try not to sleep’, Athens Fringe Festival 2012. Athens, Greece.
2010: Group exhibition ‘Luna Park: A bleached head in the crowd’, Athens Fringe Festival 2010. Athens, Greece.
2009: Group exhibition ‘7x7: Athens Belongs to Us’, Athens Fringe Festival 2009. Athens Greece.
2008: Solo exhibition “In Between…’, Spiropouleio Cultural Centre, Athens. Greece.