Amalia Flarakou-Flari works within the public realm, creating site-specific responses to urban green spaces that investigate the image, material and environment relationship. Her practice is a playful space for experimentation, challenging notions of the familiar to create uncertain outcomes.
Amalia is currently a recipient of the Leverhulme Trust Arts Scholarship and previously graduated from the University of Brighton with a first-class honours in BA Fine Art Printmaking (2018).
Upcoming exhibitions: MA Print and MA Photography 2021: Double Vision & After The High Tide, Cromwell Place, London (2021).
Recent Exhibitions: Augmented Encounters as part of Brighton Artist Network outdoors arts project urBAN, Brighton (2021) Artist as Independent Publishers, University of the Arts Bremen (2021). Ideas Travel Faster Than Light,Collaborative Project with Jindal University, Delhi (2021), Hammersmith and Fulham Digital Art Festival, HF Arts Fest (2021).
Amalia work has been shortlisted for several prizes including Red Mansion Art Prize (2020), Material Hybrids, Artconnect in collaboration with Modulor Berlin (2020). and the John Seager Bursary Award (2018). Amalia lives and works in Brighton, UK.