Fotini Kalle was born in Athens in 1978. She lives and works in Athens and Thessaloniki. She studied Painting in the Athens School of Fine Arts and Performance design and practice at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London with a scholarship from the Alexander S. Onassis foundation. She has exhibited her work in many venues in Greece and abroad. Exhibitions: "Re-Culture 2", 2cd International Visual Art Festival, Patras, 2013, “Τhe Visit”, Aggelos and Leto Katakouzenos Foundation, Athens, 2010, "1000+1 Praxis", 2cd Biennale of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki, 2009 and others. Performances: “Work up to enjoy. Breaks in between are mandatory”, ZK/U Center for Arts and Urbanistics, Month of performance, Berlin: 2014, "Das Paradies in a moment of crisis", Gemäldegalerie, Berlin: 2013, "Black Hole", project Fovos_Kenou: intervening in the public space, Thessaloniki: 2013, "A Funeral for Don Quixote", collective work, Cricoteka/Center for the documentation of the art of Tadeusz Kantor, Krakow, 2007 and others. She is a founding member of the performance group The Girls whose work is based on guerrila public interventions or other large scale, site-specific performances. She has also followed seminars in Europe and the USA reflecting on the idea of the body as a cultural vehicle, the concept of utopia, the importance of the space and the object in live art with: Non Grata performance workshop in Athens School of Fine Arts, 2014, Nezaket Ekici on Long Duration Performance, Universität der Künste Berlin, 2013, La Pocha Nostra Live Art Laboratory, Performance Art Institute, San Francisco, 2011 and others. She is holding a PhD concerning the performance art pedagogy and its affiliations with the “political”, at the School of Visual and Applied Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She holds a scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation.