From the start of abstract art there was a split between two lines: one structured and economical, often proscribing curves, and a warmer, more informal one in which spontaneity imposed its rhythm.
Olga Tzimou was born in Athens, Greece, in 1973. She graduated from Likourgou Stavrakou film school and partook in painting and sculpture workshops. For over 20 years she has been working with photographic films and video narrations. Her work deals with time (you never know the “when”), space (the “where” is vague) and memory (moments captured in your memory subfolders). How we perceive these concepts with our human senses. Our materialistic reality.