Stefania Strouza is a visual artist and architect based in Athens, Greece. Strouza’s sculptural practice explores how cultural narratives of diverse origins connect to produce new cross-cultural syncretisms and identity projects. The artist materializes these ideas through works that draw associations between the symbolic world of objects and notions of temporality, geography and the body. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at Pinta Miami 2018, the Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art in Greece, the Benaki Museum, the Wiener Art Foundation (solo), the Neue Galerie Innsbruck (solo), the Athens & Epidaurus Festival (solo), the BOZAR in Brussels, and the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens, among others. She held artist residencies at the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University (2016); the Bauhaus Foundation Dessau (2016); the Mexico City Residency supported by the Austrian Federal Chancellery for Art (2018); at Mana Contemporary New Jersey (2019) and at CCA Andratx, Majorca (2020). In 2019, she participated in the exhibition The Palace at 4 a.m. at the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos with a work commissioned by the NEON Organization and in 2020 she presented a new installation at the 3rd Industrial Art Biennial in Croatia. Strouza is the recipient of the NEON scholarship for her PhD research ‘Medealaboratory’ at the department of Architecture at the University of Thessaly.