Eirini Linardaki was born in Athens and studied art in France, where she lived for two decades. She lives and works between Heraklio, Paris and New York. She has exhibited in: Boijmans Museum, Rotterdam; Onassis Cultural Center, Athens; Salon de Montrouge, Paris; Fri-Art Kunsthalle, Fribourg; Natural History Museum, Geneva; Macedonian Contemporary Art Museum; Hamburg Kunsthaus, Rutgers University, NJ etc. She created several public art projects in New York, Baltimore and Newark. Her public installations are currently on view in Jackson Heights (Queens) and Red Hook (Brooklyn). Her art walks hand in hand with social change. Through her research, practice and overall journey as an artist. The complexity and persistent presence of the issues she confronts within different cities and communities becomes part of her artworks, and are expressed through found materials and are born of the aspirations of the participants.