Kangela Tromokratisch

Kangela Tromokratisch considers herself an art queen. Drag came to her as a joke at 44, and in the 2 years of her unique existence she has performed in art institutions, the National Opera, Athens Pride, Onassis Stegi, MACBA, and various clubs of course. She adores children and considers Drag for kids one of the highlights of her career so far.

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Grigoria Vryttia

Grigoria Vryttia is an interdisciplinary art-practitioner, born in 1983 in Greece. Her current location is Athens, Greece. She was trained in traditional sculpture at the dpt of Fine and applied Arts of the school of Fine Arts at the A.U.Th. Greece, from 2002 until 2007. In 2010 she received an MA in Fine Arts, from the Wimbledon College of Art, U.A.L., UK with a scholarship for post-graduate studies from the Michelis Foundation (Greece). Her current practice involves sculpture with textiles and soft materials, painting, drawing, digital arts and collaboration with performers. Occasionally she takes commissions for illustrations, costume adaptation and design. For a full CV and portfolio visit The Evasive Twattwan at

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Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou

(b.1993) is an artist who lives and works in Athens, Greece. Her practice is based on queer feminist discourses and combines plush participatory installations, interactive performances and poetic fairytales. Exploring the territory between tenderness and trauma, she uses the personal to express the political. She creates safe spaces and weaves empowering, collective rituals for all the unsung hybrids that don’t fit in normative fairytales.Her ongoing project Fluffyhas started in 2017 and until now it has mutated into FluffyLand and Fluffy Library.Fluffy Libraryis a project with an educational purpose that focuses on accessibility and children’s engagement.It was produced and hosted by ATOPOS cvc for one year in the context of UNESCO’s Athens 2018-World Book Capital, and later has been exhibited as a solo show at the Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary Arts in Bristol, UK. Antigoni’s work has been also part of the 6th Biennale of Thessaloniki “Imagined Homes”, the 10th Berlin Biennale “We don’t need another hero” in collaboration with Fabiana Faleiros at KW Institute for Contemporary Arts, the festival “The present is not enough” at HAU Hebbel Am Ufer in Berlin, and the Alternative Stage of the National Opera of Greece and the 60thThessaloniki International Film Festival.

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