Christina Grammatikopoulou holds a PhD in Art Theory and Art History from the University of Barcelona. She also has a Master’s Degree in Art History and a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Archaeology from the Aristotle University (Thessaloniki).
Her research focuses on the perception of the body and identity in computer-based art, as well as the intersections of culture and politics within the digital space –exploring notions like hacking, embodiment, capitalism in the online space, virtual communities and participatory practices.
Christina is the co-founder and managing editor of the art magazine Interartive (interartive.org), where she often presents her texts. Her papers have also been published in peer reviewed journals and collective editions, as well as communications in international conferences.
Her experience with artistic practice involves the curating of artistic projects internationally (in Barcelona, Thessaloniki, London, Paris, Cologne and other cities) and internships at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona and the Centre of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki. Currently, she is a member of the Research groups ‘Art, Globalization, Interculturality’ and ‘Art, Architecture and Digital Society’ of the University of Barcelona.