Working across media I focus on the relations and interactions between technology and society, bringing in dialogue the local and the global perspective. Through expanded installations and narration I investigate subjects such as power of information, perception and construction of the digital self, alternative infrastructures and alternative networks as well as human machine interaction.
A broader dialogue with the audience is vital to me, therefore my work includes workshops, talks and papers/essays, which get presented on conferences and published on journal or online platforms (Leonardo Journal MIT, Melbourne Triennial).
I hold a BA in Visual Arts and an MA in Digital Arts from the Athens School of Fine Arts (2015), where I also obtained a teacher education. Prior to that I obtained graduate and postgraduate degrees on Social Anthropology in Athens and in Leiden, Netherlands.
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