Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos


Born in Athens, Greece, in 1994, Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos lives and works in Romainville, France.

His practice revolves around a single device, adaptated to suit different contexts and purposes: the bed. His sculptures, which take passivity as their power and collaboration as their methodology, are created with other artists (Flora Bouteille, Anaïs-Tohé Commaret, Lucille Léger, Cyriaque Blanchet, Paola Quilici, Raphaël Sitbon, etc.), in order to open up spaces for creation and collective imagination. The bed is not a theme: it's a format on which ideas, shapes and bodies rest. It is also a space that can be activated in a variety of ways that disarm the logic of productivity: a place to play or to dream, to sleep or to go on strike.

Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos' work has been presented at the Fondation Pernod Ricard in 2023 (FR) for L'Avancée exhibitions, Bétonsalon in 2023 (FR), L'Aconservatoire and Monopôle in 2022 (FR), Domestic Cult at Scale, Iveco Nu and Bétonsalon in 2021 (FR) and Exo Exo and La Chaufferie in 2020 (FR) among others.

Since 2023, he is a resident at the Fiminco Foundation (Romainville, FR).