Aristides Logothetis lives and works in New York City. He has exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, National Academy Museum, Duke University, Cue Art Foundation, Longwood Arts Project, and Lehman College among others. Aristides was Resident Artist at the Cue Art Foundation, Schloss Buchsenhausen in Innsbruck, Austria, and Fort George, Jamaica. He is the recipient of the BRIO award as well as an LEQSF fellowship and his work resides in collections around the world. Originally from Athens, Greece, Logothetis, even as a child, was fascinated by the different ways people perceive visual signs. His journey as "other" through society's normative constructs (class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality) has revealed contradictions that have influenced his research, particularly those that are set up as binary oppositions. By challenging notions of art versus craft, masculine versus feminine, humor versus phobia or apprehension, Logothetis invites the viewer to enter their complex web of meaning and visually explore, imagining perceptual networks and possibilities.