Photo credit: David Belusic

Lilia Ziamou

Visual Artist

Lilia Ziamou is a multimedia artist who uses digital technologies to liberate the female body from conventional forms and meanings. She creates sculptures, public artworks, photographs, clothing and digital drawings that evoke fragmented bodies and challenge preconceptions.


Ziamou’s source fragments come from art history and her body, from anatomical models, mannequins, and her earlier sculptures. She works with materials ranging from traditional stone like marble, alabaster, and limestone to textiles of her own design. She applies 3D modeling, digital fabrication and other digital techniques to distort and manipulate the original fragments, transforming them into new entities.

IG: @liliaziamou 

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Francesca Granata on the Grotesque Body in Fashion

by Lilia Ziamou
Dr. Valerie Steele, Director and Chief Curator of The Museum at FIT - (c) The Museum at FIT

Valerie Steele on Fashion in the Age of Social Distancing

by Lilia Ziamou
Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator of Architecture and Design and Director of Research & Development, MoMA
- Photo credit: Marton Perlaki

MoMA’s Paola Antonelli on how Museums Can Help Us Thrive

by Lilia Ziamou
Hans Ulrich Obrist
Brigitte Lacombe ©

Hans Ulrich Obrist on How Technology is Impacting the Art World

by Lilia Ziamou
Lampe-bouche (Illuminated Lips) 1966.
Colored polyester resin, light bulb, electrical wiring and metal.
43 x 15 x 11 cm / 16 7/8 x 5 7/8 x 4 3/8 in.
Photo: Thomas Barratt
© ADAGP, Paris.
Courtesy the Estate of Alina Szapocznikow / Piotr Stanislawski / Galerie Loevenbruck,
Paris / and Hauser & Wirth

Art Words on Art Works: Alina Szapocznikow

by Lilia Ziamou
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