Montreal-based artist, Evridiki Spiliadis, explores image-making using both analog and digital media. She studied Photography in Paris and New York at the Parsons School of Design and is currently studying Fine Arts at Concordia University. Time, memory and identity are some of the core themes that inspire her work.
It was on the Greek island of Kythira, where she lived in 2002, that she exhibited her first series of photographs “Cerigo”: gelatin silver prints portraying the physical and architectural landscape of the island. In her second exhibition, “Displaced” (2018), she examines the theory of displacement in psychology by using visual narrative to subtly reveal the unconscious mind.
Her current work, at once bold and delicate in which courage and vulnerability are gracefully intertwined, tells the story of time and its passage. Her work is in several private collections in Canada and the U.S.