Fotis Flevotomos is a visual artist. His work focuses on narratives and multisensory museum practices that explore different ways of seeing. Since 2012 Flevotomos has been experimenting with the iPad. An aspect of his research has to do with the digital art making applications and how these tools may help partially sighted artists like himself to overcome the effects of low vision.

Flevotomos studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece, and art and music theory at the University of Essex, UK (MPhil). In 2012 he received a Fulbright Foundation grant and joined the New York Public Library (NYPL) Outreach Department in its efforts to raise awareness on issues around art, low vision and creativity. He has conceived and guides "Seeing with the Senses" a monthly program at the Benaki Museum for visitors who are blind or partially sighted, and has collaborated with numerous multidisciplinary artists on these events. He has also designed such programs for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) and the Museum of Cycladic Art. His drawings have been published on the website of NYPL and the journal Leonardo (MIT Press).