Konstantinos Kotsis (b. 1989) is elaborating his research and his special interest in construction, materiality, and the notion of repetition. He is a visual artist, with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the Department of Fine Arts and Arts Sciences from the School of Fines Arts of the University of Ioannina, Greece. He has also attended UFR Arts, Philosophie, Esthétique department of the University Paris 8 in Paris. In 2019, he took part in the SNF Artist Fellowship Program, ARTWORKS. His works have been exhibited in several group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, with the most important among them being: Unhappy Monuments (2020, OPANDA & ARTWORKS, Eleftherias Park, Athens) Constellations In The Dirt (2018, ΝEON, Koufonisi Archaeological Collection, Kouphonisi), Acropolis At The Bottom (2018, Nikos Kessanlis Hall, Athens School Of Fine Arts, Athens), Notes On Division, The Kids Want Communism Third Instalment (2017, Museum Of Bat Yam, Israel) In The Mouth Of The Wolf. Die Wolf, Die (2014, House Of Cyprus, Embassy Of Cyprus, Athens).