SPACE BETWEEN | 2020 | Video and Light Projection Design


The Space Between - a duet for Rusell Maliphant and Dana Fouras developed with video and light artist Panagiotis Tomaras, deepening their first collaboration together on Silent Lines.



Director / Choreographer: Russell Maliphant
Executive producer: Martin Collins
Video and Light projection design: Panagiotis Tomaras
Sound Design: Dana Fouras
Costume design: Stevie Stewart
Sound Engineer: Skarlatos Vasilopoulos

Cast: Russell Maliphant, Dana Fouras
Shows: 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 February at Coronet Theatre, London, UK










SILENT LINES | 2018 | Video and Light Projection Design


Silent Lines draws upon Maliphant’s studies and explorations in dance and anatomy using a unique mix of movement, projection, and lighting. Silent Lines celebrates the range of poetic possibilities in movement, drawing on methodologies from internal and external movement disciplines, psyche and soma, and explores the visually rich and resonant connections between the microcosm and the macrocosm.


Director / Choreographer: Russell Maliphant
Collaborative assistant / Sound Design: Dana Fouras
Executive producer: Martin Collins
Video and Light projection design: Panagiotis Tomaras
Light Design: Russell Maliphant, Panagiotis Tomaras
Costume design: Stevie Stewart
Dancers: Edd Arnold, Alethia Antonia, Grace Jabbari, Folu Odimayo, Will Thompson.


Silent Lines is co-produced by Sadler’s Wells, and supported by Arts Council England, Cockayne, The London Community Foundation and DanceEast.
Private supporters include Sandy & Jake Ulrich and Jules Burns










AMBIENT PRESSURE | 2018 | light & stage design


Taking Giacinto Scelsi, the composer of the mysterious spirituality, as its starting point, this performance follows a path of music and light to the “godfather” of ambient, Brian Eno.

To mark the 30th anniversary of Giacinto Scelsi’s death, ΤΕΤΤΤΙΞ stages an ambient performance in which the spectators-listeners are left free to immerse themselves in the music or simply to follow it from a distance. Every composer calls forth different expressive means: imperceptible changes made by increasing or decreasing the density of the musical material or emphasizing a particular sound colour and instrumental register.

Guided by the music’s atmosphere, its 'minimalist' aesthetic and its impact, which moves between the hypnotic and the stimulating, Panagiotis Tomaras plays with the fundamental qualities of light. Using reflections and gradations of intensity and colour, he weaves subtle optical illusions and creates a singular environment for each work.


Concept, Realization: Michalis Paraskakis
Artistic direction and programming: Katerina Konstantourou, Michalis Paraskakis, Nikos Galenianos, Nikos Ioakeim
Light & Stage Design: Panagiotis Tomaras
Sound engineer: Brian Coon
Production: Onassis Cultural Center

TETTTIΞ: Ana Chifu (flute), Εirini Amanatiadou (clarinet), Guido de Flaviis (saxophone), Rhea Pickios (bassoon), Sissi Makropoulou (harp), Katerina Konstantourou (piano, qanun), Mislav Režić (guitar), Stamatis Pasopoulos (accordeon), Panagiotis Ziavras (percussion, santur), Charis Pazaroulas (double bass), Michalis Paraskakis (composer, voice), Nikos Ioakeim (composer), Nikos Galenianos (composer).

Conductor: Konstantinos Terzakis


Warm thanks to Miltos Logiadis, Pavlos Sergiou, Anastasia Georgaki & Thanos Nikolopoulos, Zacharias Tarpagkos, Vaggelis Paschalidis, Vasilis Zigkeridis, Alexandros Rizopoulos, Giorgos Perrakis, Stella Chronopoulou, Antonis Hadjinikolaou, Marko Runjić, and to Brian Eno for granting us his music free of charge.


Shows at Onassis Cultural Center : 6-7 December 2018





THE BARBER OF SEVILLE | 2016-17 | opera visual design


A new production of The Barber of Seville, directed by the artistic director of the renowned Macerata Opera Festival (Italy), Francesco Micheli.


I have been commissioned for the creation of the opera moving graphics and software development of the custom-made LED wall. The 6x4 meters LED wall consists 125 led tubes and gives a total screen resolution of 96x25 pixels. The wall is been used both as light source and animation screen.


Director: Francesco Micheli
Sets - lighting: Nicolas Bovey
Costumes: Gianluca Falaschi
Visual design: Panagiotis Tomaras


Greek National Opera
Conductors: Miltos Logiadis, Konstantinos Diminakis. Chorus master: Agathangelos Georgakatos. Count Almaviva: Antonis (Anthony) Koroneos, Nikos Stefanou. Dr. Bartolo: Dimitris Kassioumis, Akis Laloussis. Rosina: Vassiliki Karayanni, Mina Polychronou. Figaro: Dionyssis Sourbis, Harris Andrianos. Don Basilio: Tasos Apostolou, Petros Magoulas. Fiorello: Zafiris Koutelieris, Yannis Selitsaniotis. Berta: Alexandra Mattheoudaki, Maria Vlachopoulou. Officer: Christos Lazos, Vassilis Assimakopoulos. Notary: Philippos Dellatolas, Anastassios Stellas. With the Orchestra and Chorus of the Greek National Theater


Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Conductor: Carlo Tenan. Chorus master: Andrea Faidutti. Count Almaviva: René Barbera, Alessandro Luciano. Dr. Bartolo: Paolo Bordogna, Marco Filippo Romano. Rosina: Aya Wakizono, Raffaella Lupinacci. Figaro: Julian Kim, Vittorio Prato. Don Basilio: Luca Tittoto, Abramo Rosalen. Fiorello: Gabriele Ribis. Berta: Laura Cherici. With the Orchestra and Chorus of the Bologna Municipal Theatre.


Co-production with the Bologna Municipal Theatre [Teatro Comunale di Bologna]


Shows at Greek National Opera (2016): February (13, 14, 17, 19 - 21, 24, 26 - 28)
Shows at Bologna Municipal Theatre (2016): May (5 - 8, 10 - 12, 14, 15)
Shows at Greek National Opera (2017): February (18, 19, 22, 24 - 26), March (3, 5)





CLOCK DVA | 2013 - pre | video & projection design


Since 2013 I am the video and stage projection designer for the industrial, post-punk and EBM group from Sheffield, Clock DVA. At 2013 Clock DVA won the Best Visuals Award at Incubate Festival in the Netherlands.


Clock DVA emerged alongside Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle in the industrial scene of the late 70s, and reached the peak of their influential oeuvre with the 1989 album ‘Buried Dreams’: a masterpiece, fusing hypnotic electronic arrangements and EBM-influences with core-member Adi Newton’s interests in the surreal, the occult and deviant sexuality.


Since 2013 Clock DVA line-up is Adi Newton, Tez and Panagiotis Tomaras


Clock DVA have been performed in numerous festivals and one-off concerts in Europe, Russia and USA such as: Incubate Festival [NL], The Monumental Cemetery of Bologna [IT], Electro-Mechanica Festival [RU], WGT [DE], Berlin Atonal [DE], Cold Waves V [US] and many more.


what others wrote about Clock DVA visuals:


"The place starts to dip and sway to this relentless rhythmic proposal. All the while blinded, mesmerized by the big screen. Did I mention the visuals? Unbelieveable [...] the visuals here top Kraftwerk’s paltry efforts (sic!, sic!) by many a mile. They are incredible." Richard Foster for Incendiary magazine
"The projections range from archive footages to acid shades [...] increasing the adrenaline made ​​from the lysergic sounds."Julia A. Romanelli for The New Noise












ZUNGENSPITZENTANZ | 2016 | opera video design


Zungenspitzentanz (Tongue dance) is part of Luzifers Tanz (Lucifer's Dance) from Samstag aus Licht opera (Saturday from Light) which is one of the seven operas for the opera cycle Licht: die sieben Tage der Woche (Light: The Seven Days of the Week) by Karlheinz Stockhausen.


''A black cat playing a piccolo appears on the tip of the face's extended tongue, and hails Satan's children. The dance resumes, but is broken off by an orchestra strike and ends in chaos'' (Stockhausen 1984).


For the visuals two drawings of Lucifer by Sandro Botticelli from Dante's Inferno has been colorized and animated.


Piccolo: Ana Catarina Costa
Euphoniums: Gabriel Silva, João Pereira
Percussion: Nerea Vera
Video design: Panagiotis Tomaras


presented at Kees van Baarenzaal, Royal Conservatory of the Hague, Netherlands 2016








THE DARK MANIFESTO | 2016 | theatre video design


Dark Manifesto is a lecture performance about the end of manifestos in the 21st century. Texts, images, sounds and words are the stuff of this production for four performers who use a supposed Press conference, which the audience gets to attend, as their raw material. The company draws on various sources including aerial photographs from data centres and airports, a hard disk containing the collective memory of all mankind, speeches and major manifestos from the last century, then systematically mixes its material up into a non-linear narrative which presents the collapse of major narratives. Dark Manifesto means experiencing the world in a limited way. Soon, the real way to live will be in secret.

Concept, ​Texts, Direction: DETACH
(Yorgos Valais, Makis Kentepozidis. Thaleia Ioannidou, Voltnoi Brege)

Incidental Music: Thaleia Ioannidou, Makis Kentepozidis
Video Design: Panagiotis Tomaras
Sound Design: Stefanos Konstantinidis
Set Design: Chrisa Valsamaki
Costumes: Angie Raftopoulou, Vasilia Rosana
Light Design: Tassos Palaioroutas
Assistant Director: Anna Stroulia
Production Oversight: Maria Frangaki


Shows at Athens & Epidaurus Festival: 27 & 28 July 2016







RIDE OF THE VALKYRIES | 2011 | opera mapping projection


On Friday December 16th The Symphony Orchestra of the Royal Conservatoire of the Netherlands played 'Die Walküre' (act 1) by Richard Wagner, at the concert hall ‘De Vereeniging’ in Nijmegen. The AR Lab was invited by the Royal Conservatoire to provide visuals during this live performance.


Together with students from different departments of the Royal Academy of Art we designed a screen consisting of 68 pieces of transparent cloth (400x20 cm), hanging in four layers above the orchestra. By projecting on this cloth we created visuals giving the illusion of depth.

We chose 7 leitmotivs (recurring theme, associated with a particular person, place, or idea), and created animations representing these using colour, shape and movement. These animations were played at key-moments of the performance.



Director: Jac van Steen
Projections manager: Wim van Eck | AR Lab | Roayl Academy of Arts of the Hague.
Video mapping design: Panagiotis Tomaras
Additional video: Jannis Karalis | Alexandra Arshanskaya | Alicja Marcinek