Constantine Koukias

Creative Director

Constantine Koukias is a producer of music, opera, and film.

Based in Amsterdam since 2013, he has created productions for the stage and screen ranging from large-scale music theatre and opera to mobile installation art and digital events.

His production-design credits from a career spanning over four decades include the internationally acclaimed Days and Nights with Christ (1990), To Traverse Water (1992), MIKROVION (Small Life – 36 Images in a Phantom Flux of Life) (1994), Medea (1995), Odyssey (1995), PULP – An Industrial Opera (1996),The Divine Kiss (1998), Sea Chant (2001), Tesla – Lightning in His Hand (2003), The Barbarians (2013), Backwards from Winter (2018), and A Deep Black Sleep (2023).

In 1993, he was commissioned by the Sydney Opera House Trust to compose the large-scale music-theatre piece ICON, in celebration of the building’s twentieth anniversary.

He has been commissioned by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart, Tasmania, for Kimisis – Falling Asleep (2010), The Barbarians (2013), and Before the Flame Goes Out (2017). A Deep Black Sleep, a film-noir opera, premiered at the MONA FOMA festival in 2023.

Since 2018, Koukias has produced two short films: A Day in June (2018; dir. Peter Sieben) and The Pain of Others (2023; dir. Slaviša Drobnjaković). He is currently in planning and pre-production stages for Eros & Thanatos (2024; dir. Drobnjaković) and Shaped by Trees.

From 2024–2027, he will be producing a series of documentaries and performances for the new work Primordial.

Ivana Bozic

Ivana Bozic

Innovative Technologies Consultant

Ivana Bozic received her Master of Science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (ETF), Belgrade in 2007. Further studies took her to the Cisco Networking Academy in cooperation with the School of Electrical Engineering.

As a Senior System Engineer and Project Manager, Ivana has been involved in projects all over Europe. For almost a decade she has worked for Kapsch Carrier Com, one of the leading telco integrators in the telecommunication market and industry. In the past years, she has been mostly involved in projects related to Machine Learning, AI prediction of life cycles of technology, new events, faults and frauds for better and easier maintenance of a private network, Chatbots & Callbots, IoT and Cybersecurity as a necessity of everyday business.

Ivana is passionate about exploring and implementing new technologies in live performance and is currently developing an integrated platform engaging micromechanics for Foundation IHOS Amsterdam’s new work Capricorn in development for 2023/4.

Ivana lives between Belgrade and Venice.