Profile

Argyris Angeli

MFA, MSc, BFA, BArch

Lecturer

Biography

Argyris’ body of work intertwines fine art, architecture, spatial design, performance, and education. It researches grey zones between the being and image of things, as they morph within transitional states. He is a co-director of Gesamtatelier, an interdisciplinary platform by and for practitioners from several creative fields. He presented works in exhibitions, festivals, conferences, and competitions, across Europe and USA, at institutions such as the Museumquartier, Déda, Watermans Art Centre, Architectural Association, 4th Biennial of Interior Design in Krakow, Romantso, Center on Halsted, among others. He has been a member of the art collaborative Collective Cleaners contributing to projects for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and the Jane Adams Hull-House Museum. As a designer his practice spans from exhibition design for the Field Museum Chicago, to freelance work as an interior architect and graphic designer. As an educator, Argyris has worked for the Interior Architecture & Design and Fine Art courses at the University of Suffolk, the Continuing Studies department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Design & Make workshops at the Hive, London. He is currently teaching at Buckinghamshire New University and the Architectural Association. He holds a Bachelor and Master of Science in Architecture from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in studio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). He received an MFA in Spatial Performance and Design from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, with distinction.