Yiannis Isidorou studied at Focus School of Photography in Athens (1989-1992) He is a contemporary artist and his practice spans a broad range of media including, photography, video, sound design and installation. He is co-founder and editor of the Greek e-magazine happyfew.gr, on politics, philosophy and art. In 2004 he established Vortex Studio, an independent art space and seminar center where he teaches photography and video. In collaboration with a group of artists, he runs intothepill.net , an independent self-sustaining project and web based platform for experimental film making.
2010 Greek Contemporary Video, February 26-April 9
at Uqbar project , Schwedenstr 16 Berlin
2009 Intothepill presented an instalation with title DIRECT DEMOCRACY YES OR NO?
at Athens School Of Fine Art, for the exhibition “In dire(ct) democracy”–
8 artistic approaches.
2009, Expanded Ecologies. Perspectives in a Time of Emergency, Athens
National Museum of Contemporary Art
2009, Intothepill Vol.1
Greek Contemporary Video Art
Sync Festival, Athens
2008, Visual Arts In Greece 3, Thessaloniki,
State Museum of Contemporary Art.
2008, Athens by sound, Greek pavilion,
11th International Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennial.
2008, Digital Romance, Aris Stoidis collection,
Vilka Artforum, Thessaloniki.
2008, VIDEOHOLICA 08/
International Biennial August in Art, Varna.
2008, 4th International dance film festival
2008, Napoli Teatro Festival Italia
Il Coreografo Elettronico Napoli/Italy.
2008, “20th Century on video project ”
Trianon cinema, Athens.
2007, Karaoke poetry bar by intothepill.net,
'417' project space,
Parallel project of the 1st Athens Biennial Destroy Athens.
2007, Intothepill.net at her(his)tory
Museum of cycladic art , Athens.
2007/2006, “Strange screen”
Video Art Festival, Thessaloniki.
2006, CLIPS Galerie Nord, Berlin.
2006,“Soundrugs”, Dr. Sorovits Lab, Athens.
2006, “Intothepill”, E31 Gallery, Athens