Yiannis Kranidiotis is new media artist and musician whose work focus on creating spaces and experiences by combining sound and light. By isolating minimal concepts, like the movement of a pendulum, new perspectives are created which reveal an inseparable relationship between science and art. This requires a cross-disciplinary work with music, sound art, visual arts, electronics, physics and coding. His work has been presented in many festivals and exhibitions like Made in NY Media Center (New York), Lumen Prize Online Gallery, ISEA 2015 (Vancouver), MADATAC 06 (Madrid), LUNDA Gallery (St. Petersburg, Russia), kuS Gallery (Heerlen, The Netherlands), Athens Digital Arts Festival 2015, Onassis Cultural Center (Athens). He has also composed music for short films and theatre.

He has a BS in Physics from University of Partas and M.Sc. in Optics from Essex University. He lives and works in Athens.

Festivals & Exhibitions:

“Invisible Cities” exhibition, Athens, Greece (October 23, 2015)
SIMULTAN 2015 “TALKING TO STRANGERS”, Timisoara, Romania (October 07, 2015)
AnimaSyros 8.0, Syros, Greece (September 24, 2015)
Lumen Prize 2015 Online Gallery, , (September 01, 2015)
Eufònic Festival, Amposta , Spain (August 28, 2015)
21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), Vancouver, Canada (August 14, 2015)
10th Athens ANIMFEST, Athens, Greece (August 14, 2015)
Athens Digital Arts Festival 2015, Athens, Greece (May 21, 2015)
Art & Science, Athens Science Festival 2015, Athens, Greece (March 17, 2015)
CYBERFEST, New York, United States (January 08, 2015)
MADATAC 06 – Festival of New Media Arts, Madrid, Spain (December 10, 2014)
Universe in Your Pocket, St Petersburg, Russia (October 20, 2014)
Life Science Film Festival 2014, Prague, Czech Republic (October 13, 2014)
(h)ear XL II – Multimedia sound art exhibition, Heerlen, Netherlands (September 26, 2014)
International Computer Music Association and Sound & Music Computing 2014 Conference, Athens, Greece (September 14, 2014)

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