Kakia Konstantinaki is a Greek multidisciplinary artist and designer based between London and Athens. She holds a Master’s degree in Design and Communication from Central Saint Martins University in London and a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from the Technical University of Crete. Over the years, Kakia has developed a passion for new technologies and has worked as a 3D artist, on personal and commissioned projects.
Using 3D rendering software, Kakia Konstantinaki builds complex augmented reality environments that blur physical world landmarks with computer-generated images. In one of her major projects, the DayDreaming project, she inserts new futuristic architectural forms into urban landscapes, testing the boundaries between the physical and digital worlds. Kakia has been exhibited at major digital art festivals (Thessaloniki Queer Arts Festival, To Beautiful To Be Real, Near is Now, Movement Festival...) and in many galleries around the world (Lethaby Gallery - London, Anonymous Gallery - New York...)