Tolis Tatolas was born in Greece and currently lives and works in Athens as an interdisciplinary artist. He holds BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) degrees from the Vakalo College of Art and Design/University of Derby and the Department of Biology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki respectively. Tatolas's artistic interests focus on geometry and abstraction and on how they can reflect ideas and conditions, thus creating and communicating feelings in a way similar to representational art. Having homo universalis as his intellectual model of predilection, he draws knowledge from various fields, inter alia philosophy, law, science, psychology, history, architecture, and researches their interconnectivity. Creatively, he employs a holistic approach to aesthetics within a framework of unity of all arts. As a classically-trained counter-tenor he often experiments on the boundaries of the human voice, thus expanding his practice to media art. He has had solo exhibitions and participated in group ones at galleries, universities and museums, in Greece, the UK, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Austria, the USA and Latvia. He has written the book Animals in the Homeric Ages (2005, Erodios) and has contributed to the edited volumes Science and Technology in Homeric Epics (2008, Springer), Law and the Senses: Touch (2019, Westminster University Press) and A Revolução Grega de 1821: Hino à Liberdade - Οs 200 anos da Grécia Moderna (2022, Alêtheia). His essays, articles and works have been published in the Greek and international academic and general press. He has also designed the sets and costumes of numerous plays by major Greek and international playwrights (Ritsos, Genet, Sartre, Dostoyevsky, Mishima, etc.) in Athens (Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall, New Greek Theater - George Armenis, Aggelon Vima, etc.). Works of his are held in private collections in Greece and abroad (Brazil, Canada, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, the UK and the USA).