Elena Papadaki


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  • ISEA2020

    Elena Papadaki is a visual historian, cultural theorist and curator based in London and Brussels. Her research interests lie in the intersection of screen-reliant imagery, curation, interactivity and audience reception. Having previously held posts at the Hellenic Ministry of Culture (department of Museum studies) and the International Council of Museums (ICOM), she has over ten years of professional experience in the arts and museum sector. Her doctoral thesis from Goldsmiths University of London was titled “Curating Screens: Art, Performance, and Public Spaces” and focused on the exhibition of screen-based works in different environments. Elena works as a Senior Lecturer in Curation and Digital Arts at University of Greenwich (London UK) and as an Associate Lecturer (Senior Tutor – Research) at the Royal College of Art (London UK). She is also the founder of Incandescent Square (a collaborative meeting point for design, art, and research); with the latter, she has curated and/or managed exhibition projects in France, Greece, Malta, Portugal and the UK.


Last Known Location:


  • Brussels, Belgium

Previous Location(s):


  • London, GB


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