Eleni Kamma (Athens, 1973) lives and works in Brussels and Maastricht.
In her books, drawings, videos and installations, Kamma investigates possibilities for a future architecture that rejects binary oppositional systems of thought and accepts, rather than tolerates, “other” positions. Her most recent body of work calls into question the formation, distribution and division of knowledge and experience.
Kamma's interest lies in narrative representations of transformation and her practice is informed by the inherent gaps and contradictions within existing cultural narratives and structures. These gaps or contradictions concern issues of memory, authenticity and identity.