Afroditi Psarra is a multidisciplinary artist and a PhD candidate at the School of Fine Arts in Madrid. Her academic research Cyberpunk and New Media Art focuses in the relationship between science fiction, performance and digital art, and offers a philosophical, sociological and aesthetic analysis of the influence of new technologies in art. Her artistic interest focuses on concepts such as the body as an interface, the identity crisis, folk tradition and the role of women in contemporary culture. Her artworks include a wide variety of media and techniques that extend from embroidery, soft circuits, hacking and programming, to interactive installation and performances.
Artemis Papageorgiou is an architect and multimedia artist, working with innovative technologies. Her inspiration derives from nature, technology and architectural theory. Through the design and fabrication of responsive installations, she explores the possibilities of simulation, systems thinking and interactivity within natural and urban settings. Her artistic work spans from large-scale immersive environments to enhanced objects, with a focus in participatory design. Artemis also works as a freelance architect, on residential projects and furniture, following three years of collaboration with design agencies in Athens and London. Alongside, she runs Athens Plaython, a street games festival hosting big games, design and technology workshops in Athens.