Maria Anastassiou

Maria Anastassiou is an artist filmmaker, originally from Cyprus and now based in London.

Her practice uses analogue, digital and archival materials across platforms from gallery to cinematic, documentary and participatory modes of production. Collective practice is crucial to her work, with an interest in collaboration as a creative force of production and intercultural dialogue as an instigator for new ideas.

In 2012 she co-founded collective-iz, a critically acclaimed London-based filmmakers’ collective, programming and creating platforms for critical debate within the context of experimental film, video and performance. In 2010 she co-founded the film project Unravel: The Longest hand painted film in Britain that went on to win the Deutsche Bank Award for Art 2010 and tour the UK extensively.

Co-Creation by Maria Anastassiou:

  • Safari Here

    Using tools and aesthetics appropriated by the Tourist Industry the artists of Safari Here are exploring the possibilities and limits of their experience and role within Corners. The work is happening in public and with the public’s participation in elements of its making.

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