Depicts the artist’s struggles in overcoming interpersonal relationships, substance abuse and loneliness. Ilias uses his camera as a tool to observe alienating instincts and a desire for darkness – to seek the connection between darkness and light and to find a balance between the two.
Was born in northern Greece, and started experimenting with the photographic medium at the age of 19. After extensive travels in 2011, he stopped university studies and started obsessively making pictures. The main focus of his work deals with current social and interpersonal issues about human nature. Using a new approach developed in Greece in 2012, Georgiadis questions the body and mind by expressing all the possible limits of the self. Georgiadis’ main series of work, “Over|State,” has been shown in various international festivals and shows across the world, and featured in online and printed publications.