Euripides Laskaridis founded the Osmosis Theatre Company in 2009. As director of the company, Euripides presented its work in various settings, such as at the Athens and Epidaurus Festival, the Greek National Theatre, the Embros Theatre Occupation and others. Osmosis recently gave its first workshop on Ridicule and Transformation, on the island of Limnos. Outside Greece, his work has been hosted at international festivals and venues such as the New York City Fringe, Judson Church, Dixon Place, and the 11th Biennale of European & Mediterranean Artists. His first short, won the 2007 Jumping Frames Award in Hong Kong, and garnered a Cinedans special mention that same year in Amsterdam. His second short screened in competition at the 14th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival in 2012. He is currently developing an osmosis theatre company piece based on the two dominant themes that run his artistic identity: ridicule and transformation.