Fotini Gouseti is a conceptual artist and PhD researcher in anthropology. She studied art at Athens School of Fine Arts (BA), Dutch Art Institute (MA) and she is currently a PhD candidate at the Dept. of History, Archaeology & Social Anthropology, University of Thessaly, Greece. Accordingly, her practice is research-based, socially-engaged and quite often called political. Her learningprocess derives out of her connection with others, while she focuses on the role of art in negotiating issues of memory.
She is the initiator of the art project Renkonto. For the past few years she has been engaged in the research projects The Present as a Result of the Past and The Least Wanted Travel the Most. The artistic outcomes of her projects are presented in various contexts worldwide.