Nikos Kazis was born in Greece. He studies at the Athens School of Fine Arts. He completed his studies in scenography at The Vakalo College. Working with different media, he captures the private experience, the unspoken emotions and the personal existential being in the moment. His work focuses on the immediate, the intermediate, on the experiencing of the human condition. Loneliness, loss, ecstasy, love, lust and urges are some of the states and emotions he depicts in capturing the between the lines, the moods, of being and dreaming, of the wanting and of having. He portrays the continuous cycle that cages the wishing and the cursing, the uneven. It is a fantasy unapologetic to reality.
The art of indulgence, of lusting over one’s body, the aloneness of the passion, of connecting pleasure with the imaginary, the transcending into the unknown path of pleasing one’s self and harvesting the road to climaxing, of ascending from the personal to the transpersonal, an exercise of the taming of the urges, of satisfying the present with the future, the archetypical ploy of using the fantasy to harness the instincts, the company of the youth, of the old, of the needy, of the lonely, the harbour of our sensual dreams, the land of our fantasies and the imaginary conquest, the one-way ticket from innocence to the timid-less sensuality, the reaching of the climax with unbridled ecstasy.