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Konstantinos Papacharalampos (Greece, 1988) works in poetry, performance art, spatial analysis, and digital art, based in London. In his works, body and language are related to space and technological developments, aiming to explore the future. He is particularly interested in exploring existing or imaginative ways where technological developments, the environment, and human rights create or restrict a balance of co-existence. This exploration is a continuous work in progress, and he refers to it as ‘neo-futurism’. He has released four poetry books in Greek and one in English, Exchange: a neo-futurist idiom mapping (Hesterglock Press, 2020). His hybrid poetry book 3 was commended at the EBGE (Graphic Design & Illustration) 2019 Awards and exhibited at MOMus – Museum of Contemporary Art. Original and translated work has appeared in magazines and anthologies internationally, including Futures: Poetry of the Greek Crisis (Penned in the Margins, 2015), Dichtung mit Biss (Freie Universität Berlin: Romiosini/CeMoG, 2018), Writing Utopia 2020 (Hesterglock Press, 2020), and Aurinkokello (Enostone Kunstannus, 2022). His performances in Greece include Kinisis-AB, a Goethe-Institut-supported piece that premiered at MOMus – Experimental Center for the Arts, three commissions for Phillipi Festival, and performances at Lola Nikolaou Gallery and Thessaloniki International Book Fair. In the UK, he has performed for the European Poetry Festival at Rich Mix, Kensington and Chelsea Art Week, the University of Brighton, Velorose Gallery, and The Poetry Café. In 2023, one of his poems became the poster image for the Cyprus-based SARDAM Festival, while his video TOUCH_REFORM premiered at the SYN/BIOSES Festival by A) GLIMPSE) OF) in Athens.


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Κωνσταντίνος Παπαχαράλαμπος Konstantinos Papacharalampos Φεστιβάλ Φιλίππων Philippi Festival performance

Konstantinos Papacharalampos, performance at Philippi Festival, 2021 - photo by Laskaris Tsoutsas

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