Anastasios Veloudis is a visual artist, working around Sussex and London, UK. His work involving painting, collage, photography and video. His work reflects radical approaches of mind, body and spirit in an indirect narrative way. His work provoke the viewer to decode an unknown dimension of reality, aiming to direct the viewer to a space of bare attention.
He received a Master of Arts in Digital Media field from Brighton University, a BA in Visual communication and a H.N. Diploma in Structural Engineering & Design.
Anastasios Veloudis has been part of many exhibitions in Thessaloniki in Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens and London and selected for the 15th Biennale of Young Artists in Greece. He worked with sound artist J. Young in sound research and edit for Invisible Flock’s project Sea of Voices. In November 2013, he was part of the arts festival Inspire with artists Peter Kogler. His work is part of the collection of the Macedonia Museum of Contemporary Art in Greece.
SELECTED ART GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017, Art on campus 4, St. Gallen University, St. Gallen, Switzerland
2017, Abstract Mind, CICA museum, South Corea
2017, Transitions, Crypt gallery, London, UK
2016, Meet the artist, Hoxton gallery, London, UK
2016, The Other Art Fair, Victoria House, London, UK
2015, Lublin Biennale, Galeria Labirynt, Lublin, Poland
2014, Transmute 2014 Digital Art event, Phoenix gallery, Brighton, UK
2014, Sequenced Group of Digital Artists, Brighton Media Center, UK
2013, Inspire 2013 Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
2013, BYOB Digital Arts Festival, Brighton, UK
2013, Reasons To Be Creative, Brighton’s Dome, UK
2013, Commision: Video art projection for theatrical play: The Voice, Tandem Group, Athens, Greece
2012, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton, UK
2012, Participation: Invisible Flock’s Sea of Voices Sound samples research & edit with sound artist J. Young, Brighton, UK
2011, Art is Hard Thessaloniki’s port gallery, Greece
2010, Αrt For More Festival Social Design Exhibition, Athens, Greece
Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece