Ersi Varveri was born in 1984. She found out that, ‘Her work deals with the fluid truth of life, which sometimes gives the illusion that it's just a matter of time’ while she lives and works in between Antwerp, Athens and Syros (Greece). She is also a graduate of Athens School of Fine Arts (2011), and holds a Master Degree in Fine Arts from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, In Situ (2015) and a Master of Research in Art and Design - St Lucas School of Arts (2016).
Currently she is running -up and down- the Pink House: a self-organised artist-run space, situated in the north of Antwerp. An old house with three floors painted in pink, has enabled and hosted many happenings across many different art forms for the last two decades. The group of inhabitants and the working models are constantly changing according to what each group is envisioning. At the moment the place combines living space, shared studios, a guest room and a ground floor space suitable to host events. Since 2 years, Ersi Varveri and Gijs Waterschoot moved to the Pink House to live but also to continue activities in the space. From January 2018 they get a photocopy machine and since then they formed a publishing workshop, the Pink House Press making their own magazines and zines. They see Pink House Press as an experimental platform where they discover other possibilities alongside to printing.