Artemis Papageorgiou is an architect, multimedia artist and educator exploring the convergence of natural and computational systems inside the urban landscape. Her work spans interactive installations, hybrid furniture and urban games, aiming at the active participation of audiences. She is currently an Associate Curator at the Biennale of Western Balkans where she focuses on bridging contemporary art practices with urban ecosystems and learning experiences.
Artemis holds a Diploma in Architecture from the Dept. of Architecture, University of Patras and an MFA in Computational Studio Arts, from Goldsmiths, University of London. For the past decade she has worked in the context of public interactive art and participatory installations for museums, festivals and fairs, while on a city level she has worked for Matera European Capital of Culture 2019. She co-founded Athens Plaython, the first street games festival in Athens and later she founded Entropika, an interdisciplinary design lab specialising in interactive art. Artemis has led numerous learning programmes on art, architecture and technology and has spoken in various symposia including a recent TEDx talk.