PREYING FOR MODESTY, 2020 
Goldsmiths MFA degree show
St James Hatcham Church,  London





 






Installation view for Preying for Modesty, 2020
Goldsmiths MFA degree show
St James Hatcham Church, London

















Trays, 2019
35.5cm x 48.7cm
silver gelatin prints on expired paper

Baking remnants from REMAINS Exhibition at former patisserie Tolli’s, in Kentish Town, London










REMAINS, 2019

Tolli's, Kentish Town, London
collaboration with KavcuK






‘Its been a nourishing meal… Every bite has been savoured and our plates have been devoured –
our stomachs feel like they have been treated with grace. Experiencing such company, atmosphere,
food and service, another happy couple will definitely return.’

‘Remains’ refers to what once was, what still is and what will be. Whether it is organic or artificial, a trace,
stain or scratch… this exhibition embraces those elements that have been left or found, thrown around,
wasted or discarded.

The artists in this exhibition are gleaners in their own ways. Scavenging materials and clues from other
people leftovers; maps from travel or food scraps - these artists continue their own supper from a meal
that once was.









REMAINS Installation view, 2019
Tolli's, Kentish Town, London














TYPHON & SKYLLA

Imperial Works Fountayne road, London
collaboration with KavcuK





                                         Installation shots from Typhon & Schylla, 2018












SEETHROUGH, 2017

Imperial Works Fountayne road, London N15 4QL

Presented by Katrina Stamatopoulos and KavcuK, this show is based on unwanted
photographic paper made into images. Depending on a reaction to time and situation,
the surface can dance.


Photographs of Seethrough are made with light and liquids. Just like skin, paper can
be stimulated by a sense of touch. The artists bring together recent experiments to
Imperial works, transforming the upstairs corridor into a photo laboratory.



A big thank you to Artful Dodgers Imaging, London, for the donation of water damaged fuji paper.




                               



         Installation shots from SEETHROUGH, Imperial works, Fountayne road September 2017















Please do not touch, exposure in progress, 2017


Window 71 projects, Broad Lane, Tottenham, London
Part of an ongoing experiment with KavcuK







Please do not touch,
exposure in progress,
2017
7.19 m x 52 cm
water damaged fuji paper, exposed during the 1 month window dislpay















Seeps through the tale 2017

A photographic exhibition and collaboration between Katrina Stamatopoulos
and restaurant/ bar/ artspace LOVENpresents

https://www.lovenpresents.com/









    Installation shots from Seeps through the Tale, 2017














LAS 2017

Exhibition at Imperial Works, Fountayne road, London
Katrina Stamatopoulos and KavcuK



Coming out from its burrow, it hangs on the tip of a branch waiting for sweet scents of mammal juice.
Necessary for the making of its offspring, this blind and deaf creature relies on its sensory organs for
its next action. A courageous jump onto a passing mammal below determines its future.

At this moment, patience has served itself well– after a long time without nourishment, this last hearty
supper overwhelms the creature as it lays its eggs and dies.


And so the cycle continues…











     Installation shots from LAS, 2017















Props in a game of make-believe
curatorial project by Katrina Stamatopoulos, gaffa, Sydney, 2014



Meaning is a constant process of negotiation. We assign an object to this or that relevance and create truth for it,
using imagery to help us shape ideas. The seven photographic artists selected for this show have
developed an understanding of photo media to interpret their own personal truth-creation through imagery.

Props in a game of make-believe is an exploration into the hazy borders that separate real and imagined ways
of perceiving. Playing with notions of fiction and perception, this show attempts to challenge what we see
with our eyes and what can be seen through photography, and how we may experience imaginings in urban space,
nature, body, dreamscape, and mythological archetypes.

Through their retelling stories become distorted as they are spoken through each new narrator; consequently
that which claims to be true is a version of the truth. The stories we tell ourselves are expressions of interpretation.
They provide us with freedom but also restrict us, reminding us that we are always confined by the
limitations of what we know.





Artists involved:
Patrick Cremin
Sarah Kukathas
Koji Makino
René Norwie
Renate Rienmueller
Lisa Sammut
Katrina Stamatopoulos





                   


 Installation shots from Props in a game of make-believe, gaffa, Sydney, 2014