Valia Papastamou (born in 1987) studied Architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and continued postgraduate studies at the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Master in Cultural Management) and at the School of Fine Arts in Athens (MFA). She has had two solo exhibitions: one at the Contemporary Art Center Ileana Tounta, "Phonologic Minerals", in the framework of the two-person exhibition "Two Person Show-Maria Tzanakou & Valia Papastamou" (2017) and another at Two Elephants, Heraklion, ''Come Back to the House Where Nobody Lives''. She has participated in group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, including: "Caritas Romana-15 Acts of Devotion", Center of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki, as part of the 59th Thessaloniki International Film Festival (2018); "Art Athina 2018",, Contemporary Art Center Ileana Tounta Booth; Athens Conservatory (2018), ''Impulses of Inalienability'', Eins Gallery, Limassol (2018), Rooms 2017 plus +, Kappatos Gallery (2017); ''Rooms 2017'', St George Lycabettus (2017); "Distant Utopias", in the framework of "Utopia 500", at Onassis Cultural Center Athens (''Stegi'') in collaboration with the School of Fine Arts of Athens, Diplareios School (2016).
Do we hear the lime stick's trill?, 2018
If I sink in the slimy, I feel that I am going to be lost in it, 2018