Elena Papadaki is a Paris-based academic and cultural practitioner. Her doctoral research (Goldsmiths, University of London – Centre for Cultural Studies / Arts and Computational Technology), titled: “Curating Screens: Art, Performance and Public Spaces,” has examined the curation of screen media in diverse physical environments.
Having previously held posts at the Hellenic Ministry of Culture (department of Museum Studies), the Chamber of Fine Arts of Greece and the International Council of Museums (ICOM), she has over ten years of professional experience in the arts and museum sector. A voting member of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and the ICOM International Committee for audiovisual, new technologies and social media (AVICOM), her research interests lie in the intersection of screen-based arts, spatial theory, and audience reception.
She is currently a lecturer in Curation and Digital Arts at University of Greenwich, and a founder of Incandescent Square, a collaborative meeting point for research and design. With the latter, she has curated and/or managed projects in France, Greece, and the UK.
- Voting member: ICOM (International Council of Museums), AVICOM (International Committee for audiovisual, new technologies, and social media)
- Regular member: CECA (International Committee for Education and Cultural Action)
- Fellow: Higher Education Academy – UK (FHEA)