Louiza Vradi
Photographer

Louiza Vradi is a visual artist, living in Greece. Documentary photography, video and interactivity are the main elements of her work. What she is interested in exploring, are the personal and collective memories, human movement and migration, gender, youth culture and our relationship with the land we inhabit.

She studied visual arts and new media at Athens School of Fine Arts. As a photographer, she has collaborated with international and major Greek media and NGOs such as BBC, Stern, Amna Press, and others.

Besides her artistic practice she is trained in art therapy and has worked as an art and photo therapist for people with mental and psychosocial disabilities as well as drug addicts.

Louiza Vradi
Photographer

Louiza Vradi is a visual artist, living in Greece. Documentary photography, video and interactivity are the main elements of her work. What she is interested in exploring, are the personal and collective memories, human movement and migration, gender, youth culture and our relationship with the land we inhabit.

She studied visual arts and new media at Athens School of Fine Arts. As a photographer, she has collaborated with international and major Greek media and NGOs such as BBC, Stern, Amna Press, and others.

Besides her artistic practice she is trained in art therapy and has worked as an art and photo therapist for people with mental and psychosocial disabilities as well as drug addicts.

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