Her focus is concentrated on composing landscapes, while sculpting materiality, memory, temporalities and identity. She specializes in installations of experience, with characteristic property of nowness, with a relation to archaeology and excavation by its processing and the outcome.
Elpida Fragkeskidou (b. 1996 – Nicosia, Cyprus) is a visual artist, who currently lives and works in Athens and Cyprys. She graduated from Athens School of Fine Arts. In 2017, she studied at London at Middlesex University as an Erasmus exchange student. She has participated in group exhibitions in Athens and London. She was an intern at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Greece, in the Curatorial and Communication departments As of September 2019, she works as part of the core team at Onassis AiR, an (inter)national artistic and curatorial research residency program and space.