Mr. Panayiotis Michael
Associate Professor

Mr. Panayiotis Michael

Arts and Communication
Dean of School of Arts, Communication and Cultural Studies
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Short CV
Panayiotis Michael studied Graphic Arts at the State Academic Art Institute V.I. Surikov in Moscow (BA, MFA), and Fine Arts at Queens College in New York (MFA). He is an Associate Professor and Vice Dean of the Arts and Communication Department at Frederick University. Between January 2019 and October 2019, we was the Head of the Department. His teaching field is concentrated in the areas of Fine Art in the BA Applied Arts and the MA in Fine Art: Contemporary Art Practices. His major research and artistic interest focuses around the notion of transitional periods as a process of identity construction. The ways in which identity as a fluid process of formation and re-formation can contribute to other positive changes in our social environment, behavioural background, political and personal ethics, etc. Panayiotis Michael co-represented Cyprus at Venice Biennial, 2005; XX Alexandria Biennial, 1999; and Rijeka Biennial, 1997. He participated in ev+a Limerick Biennial, 2006; Roaming Images (Thessaloniki Biennale), 2011; and Occupation: Unknown, Manifesta Coffee Break, Liverpool Biennial 2004. He is a co-founder of pick nick (art group). He was artist in residence at: Point Centre for Contemporary Art; Embassy of Foreign Artists, Geneva, Switzerland;Capacete, Rio de Janeiro; HIAP, Helsinki; Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; Apartment Project, Istanbul; The Artists Residence, Herzliya Recent publications: Symphonic Node; A Book of Small Things; Dandilands
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