The post -COVID 19 era just increased my personal field of interest, which includes my ideal environment, the desired place but also the hidden place in which I wish to exist. The whole COVID experience just intensified the need to reconsider the way I used to live. I had to reevaluate, and find what is worth living for.
Skies, open horizons, birds, trees and plants seem to come from a fairytale rather than from the present day reality, but I also try to use unorthodox particles and techniques, so that I can upset the balance.
Angelika Prapa was born in Graz, Austria, and was raised in Thessaloniki, Greece. After her studies in Comparative Literature and Psychology, she followed a professional career in writing and editing didactic and psychological-medical books. Her initial academic career included collaborations with well-known institutions, such as the Goethe Institute and the German School of Thessaloniki, but her interest in painting led her to the Department of Fine and Applied Arts of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, where she graduated with excellence. She participated in a number of group exhibitions and has given three personal exhibitions.