Yiannis Kranidiotis is an artist whose work explores the relationship between science and art using mainly light, motion and sound to create spaces and experiences where all coexist and interact. He is interested in physical phenomena like the harmonic oscillation, the natural repeatability and the wave movement and also in exploring and transforming scientific data, like the properties of the exoplanets or the solar wind. Climate change and the increasing pollution of the planet with plastic are issues that also affect his practice. Many of his works include motion and interaction where others include data processing and sonification methods. This requires cross-disciplinary work with sound, visual arts, coding, electronics, and physics. His work has been presented at many festivals and exhibitions in Greece and abroad, while many magazines and websites have published articles about his work.. He has a BS in Physics from the University of Patras and an M.Sc. in Optics from Essex University.