Yiannis Loukos is a sound artist based in Berlin. As a composer, pianist, and a student at the National Technical University of Athens, he works with sound production in any medium with a focus on visual arts and video. Since 2000, he has been working in the field of contemporary art, music and film through international collaborations and individual research. His work focuses on the relationship between noise and music in different social contexts and is expressed through installations. In 2021, he was a resident at ZK/U center in Berlin (supported by the Robert Bosch Foundation) where he developed the project Drone Symphony subsequently presented at Hosek Contemporary gallery in Berlin. In 2022, in collaboration with the artist-performer, he presented the work An educational Album at Het Hem culture center in Amsterdam with the support of the Mondriaan Fund. In September 2021, he received the sound award at the Drama Short Film Festival for the film Last Visit by Spiros Alidakis. His compositions have been presented across Europe, including at the 47th Darmstädter Ferienkurse in Germany (2014); the 10th Contemporary Music Conference at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall in Greece (2019); and the impuls . 12th International Ensemble and Composers Academy for Contemporary Music, in Graz, Austria (2020). He has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by ARTWORKS in 2022.
An Educational Album, 2022, 49'
Drone Symphony, 2021, sound installation
Every day Life, 2019, Graphic Score
Kafodeio, 2015, Sound Installation
Soundelier, 2018, sound installation