Vasiliki is a multidisciplinary artist based in Belfast and a PhD researcher at Belfast School of Art. She studied dance at the Greek National Opera Dance School and at Northern School of Contemporary Dance. She holds an MFA Fine Art from Belfast School of Art and an MRes in Art and Design from Sint Lucas Antwerp. Her work has been shown in Safehouse Peckham, Camden Image Gallery, Menier Gallery London, Platform Arts Belfast, Catalyst Belfast, PS2 Belfast, QSS Belfast, CCA Glasgow, Morpho Antwerp, Draiocht Gallery and Mart Gallery Dublin. In 2018 she was awarded Ulster University’s Greer Carson Film Award for her video work Diamanti Daxtylidi.

She is supported by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and by Belfast City Council and she was recently awarded the SIAP-Artist International Development Fund to undertake a three-month residency at Morpho Antwerp. Her work Motherland is Calling was part of Array Collective’s Turner Prize winning installation and is now part of Ulster Museum’s permanent collection.

In 2021 she formed SmythStasinaki with artist Ronan Smyth, a collaborative duo that had its first solo show at QSS Gallery Belfast in November 2022.

Vasiliki is a member of QSS artist studios Belfast.