Maria Louizou lives and works in Athens. Her work consists of sculptural installations in which vocal compositions that she herself creates are hosted. She studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts and theory of composition of classical and electronic music. In 2020 she received the ARTWORKS award, while her research entitled Physicality in modern sculpture, vocal and Greek tradition was funded the same year by the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports, YPOA. IN 2019, her work was presented in New York, at the annual Tabula Rasa exhibition under the artistic direction of Robert Wilson, as well as in BEIJING, where she won the China Taiyuan International Youth Metal Sculpture Creations Award 2018. Her work has also been presented in Theorimata exhibition at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens (EMST), while her participation in the Watermill Center summer residency was funded through a donation from collectors Cornelia Long and Franz Wassmer. Her first solo exhibition 22°C took place in Rome, at the Sinestetica gallery, in 2019, and she is about to present a collective work as a member of the residency Station One Air 2021 Hippodamia in Context in collaboration with Columbia University and the Victoria Square Project team.