works and artists
έργα και συμμετέχοντες
Myrto Apostolou graduated from the Physics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1990. Following that, she studied Sculpture in the Athens School of Fine Arts, graduating 2009. Her works consist mainly of installations, video art and digital collage. Her inspiration mostly springs from
natural science and explores notions like Time, Light, Quantum Space which are transformed through an artistic prism. Man always plays the leading role as part of the system.
She has participated in scientific and art conferences and in team exhibition. She lives in Trikala, Thessaly, Greece and works as a high school teacher of Physics and Art. She has applied programs concerning the approach of Greek students to Modern Physics as well as its interaction with several art forms.
In a Cosmos in which fundamental Physical Constants finely tune our universe to be exactly as it is... In a Cosmos in which it is impossible to define any initial conditions precisely... Fate seems to have no place to be. When Answering the riddle of the Sphinx, Man accepts his nature, he understands his ephemeral existence and overcomes the fear of death through knowledge. He becomes capable of creating, of scientific development, of progress and mental boadening. All the
above happening in a universe of interaction among human life paths which can be intersecting or asymptote to each other.
He develops and advances toward the stars. His space-time becomes a never-ending pursuit of truth which unfolds in his insight.