Alexandros Psychoulis (b. 1966 – Volos, Greece) studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts. His first works are interactive installations that are activated by the viewer and explore his subconscious, decoding images, sounds, fears, desires or memories. Exploring the landscape of digital reality is still at the center of his work, which consists of installations in space, animation, and painting.
In 1997 he was awarded the Benesse Prize for his work Black Box with which he participates in the 47th Venice Biennale. In 2011, his work Body Milk was presented at the Guggenheim in Bilbao as part of The Luminous Interval exhibition of Dimitris Daskalopoulos’s collection. Since 1991 he has held 27 solo exhibitions in Greece and abroad. (Nicosia, Tokyo, Boston, New York, Bradford, Athens, etc.)
He has participated in major international group exhibitions such as 14 Documenta Athens – Kassel (2017). In the exhibition “Expanded Ecologies. Perspective in a Time of Emergency”, National Museum of Contemporary Art (2009), Synopsis 1, Communications, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (2000) etc. Currently, he is Professor of “Art and Technology” in the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly.