Athena Mitsilios (b.1995) is a fourth year fine art student at Queen’s University. She is focusing her thesis work in silkscreen and photography. Athena explores the different processes and relationships within digital printing and hand printing. She explores these connections by relating man-made landscapes or cityscapes, with natural landscapes. Athena is interested in the different shapes and perspective lines found in modern architecture. She showcases how architecture can trick the eye into thinking it is forming organic curved lines. Athena overlays natural flora shapes on to modern architecture to project the differences and similarities of each contrasting shapes.