His work revolves around notions arising in our modern, globalized and ever-changing societies. His aim is to familiarize the audience with such concepts; surveillance, monitoring, control and dehumanization. His latest pieces make a cynical remark on the political and social reality as well as the irony of human relationships.
Constantinos Papadoukas studied sculpture in the United Kingdom at Loughborough University School of Art & Design (BA Fine Art Sculpture) and Wimbledon College of Art & Design (MA Fine Art Sculpture). He has worked as a part-time lecturer and Professor assistant at Loughborough University School of Art & Design and as an IT assistant at Wimbledon College of Art & Design research department. He is currently a sculpture lecturer at Vakalo College of Art & Design and an International Baccalaureate Visual Arts teacher.
The tunnel at the end of the light, August 2013 (Chios)
The tunnel at the end of the light, May 2013 (Athens)
Silver Spaces, 2004
Instagrammers, Red DoT, 2012
Ofthalmofanes, Texnopolis, 2010
A3 sharing clouds, Athens School of Fine Art, May 2010
Electromedia Works – Cut Here, Apothike Factory, 2008
Blind Date #12, Thision Lofts, 2007
Carte Blanche, Booze Cooperativa, 2004
Atopo, Goethe Institute, 2003
Young Artists, Texnopolis, 2002
Young Creators 5th Meeting, Nees Morfes Gallery, 2002
A6 Show, Lewisham Arthouse Gallery London, 2001
His work can also be found in F. Kyriakopoulou and A. Penrose private collections as well in public spaces, such as, Lincoln School of Technology and Loughborough University School of Art. Jewelry constructions of his can be found at the Benaki Museum as well as various galleries.