Interview with Alexandros Katigoudis


Interview to Sissy Sigioultzi – Rooka, Philologist, Writer, member of the Union of Journalists Periodical & Electronic Press NWE, Radio Producer at and President of the”Greek Cyprus Cultural Association”

A paragraph about myself

Kipling’s favorite poem says … .

.. If you can dream — and not make dreams your master;

If you can think — and not make thoughts your aim;

If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same;

If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken…


My Inspiration

I am mainly inspired by human relationships and their challenges. We live in a world where we need human contact and communication, which is why the relationships we form with other people are something that concerns us intensely in our daily lives. Relationships that we want to improve, change, develop, maintain or even end. Human relationships are like a maze while things are simple. My travels around the world, social and even my search research “journeys” on humanitarian issues have also played a very important role in my works.

My Mediums

I work with acrylics, sprays, crayons, charcoal and markers.

My Technique and Style

I want to paint without rules, but if I had to get into a frame… I would say I prefer the abstract as well as using elements and techniques of graffiti.

How do you define the end, the point of completion for each one of your artworks?

The end of every project comes as soon as I feel “full” / content. 

How important is naming your artworks? How do you choose a name?

The titles are very important to me, otherwise you will not even be able to get into the project. Not in the least. I think I have a talent for it, it comes immediately with zero effort.

Why did you choose art in your life?