Artemis Papageorgiou is an architect, multimedia artist and educator exploring the repercussions of play and computational media inside the urban landscape. Her work spans interactive installations, hybrid furniture and urban games, aiming at the active participation of audiences.
After graduating from the Patras School of Architecture, she moved to London to pursue her passion about interactive architecture. There she completed her MFA in Computational Studio Arts at Goldsmiths College and collaborated with various designers before moving to Athens. In 2011, Artemis co-founded Athens Plaython, the first street games festival in Athens, which run for three years. In 2014 she founded Entropika, an interdisciplinary design lab specialising in urban interventions and playful experiences, along with educational programmes on art, architecture and technology. In 2018 she transferred to Matera Italy, where she researched and designed open, modular installations and structures at the Open Design School, serving the events of Matera European Capital of Culture 2019.
Artemis was invited to give a TEDx talk for TEDxPatras in 2018 and has shown her work internationally, including the Salone del Mobile di Milano (2015-2016), Southbank Centre London (2015), Polytechnic Museum of Moscow (2014), Victoria & Albert Museum London (2010), Benaki Museum Athens (2010), Eyebeam Center New York (2008).