Currently: Freelance Lecturer & Artist
Expertise: Art & Fashion
Aliki works as a regular freelance lecturer for the National Gallery, the Sepentine Gallery, the Courtauld Gallery and NADFAS. Her recent research has been on anthropomorphic 16th century landscapes, the drawing practices of Alexander Cozens, the work of Peder Balke and Goffredo Wals and the relationship between the history of photography and painting.
As an artist she works with photography and drawing; her works are concerned with breaking the illusion of the photographic medium. Aliki regularly exhibits her work internationally with solo shows in London, Vienna, Madrid and Paris. She is regularly invited to talk about her practice at Universities and Art colleges, including recent lectures for University College London, Michigan State University, London College of Communication, Camberwell School of Art and the University of Wales Saint David. She is an Associate Lecturer for the University of the Arts London.