Credits

ORGANIZED BY
Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens

The Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens is a cultural space which hosts events and actions across the whole spectrum of the arts, from theatre, dance, music, cinema and the visual arts to digital and hybrid art and the written word. It showcases contemporary cultural expression, supports Greek artists, cultivates international collaborations, explores the boundaries between science, art and society, and promotes lifelong learning for people of all ages.

COORDINATION
Christos Carras

CURATED BY
Daphne Dragona, Panos Dragonas

Daphne Dragona is a Berlin based theorist and curator. She is part of the curatorial team of transmediale, festival for art and digital culture. Her current interests lie in post-digital artistic strategies and methodologies as well as in alternatives, counter-infrastructures and systems that aim for users' and citizens' critical empowerment. Her articles have been published in various books, journals, magazines and exhibition catalogues. She has collaborated with various institutions. Among her curated or co-curated projects are: Homo Ludens Ludens (Laboral, 2008), Mapping the Commons - Athens (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, 2010), Data Bodies - Networked Portraits (Fundacion Telefonica & Alta Tecnologia Andina, 2011), Datenspiel/Dataplay (Goethe Institut Athens & Frown, 2013), Afresh (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, 2013), Home/s (Goethe Institut Athens & Benaki Museum, 2013), New Babylon Revisited (Goethe Institut Athens, 3 137, Space Under, Circuits & Currents, 2014), the transmediale 2015 Capture All exhibition & conference program and the transmediale 2017 ever elusive conference program. She holds a PhD from the Faculty of Communication & Media Studies of the University of Athens.

Panos Dragonas is an architect and curator, professor of architecture and urban design at the University of Patras, Greece. In 2001, he established dragonas christopoulou architects (www.deltarchi.com) in collaboration with Varvara Christopoulou. From 2001 to 2013, he was consultant editor of the annual reviews Architecture in Greece and Design + Art in Greece. In 2012 he was joint commissioner and curator of Made in Athens, the Greek participation at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition - la biennale di Venezia. He has curated - alone or in collaboration - the exhibitions Adhocracy [Athens] (2015), Rethink Athens (2013), 14F/21GR: Young Architects from France and Greece (2012) and the 2nd Biennale of Young Greek Architects (1998). He has also co-curated the Rethink Athens - Urban Challenges cycle of events at the Onassis Cultural Centre (2013-15). In 2016 he was a Stanley J. Seeger Visiting Research Fellow at Princeton University. His current research and design activities focus on the transformations of the Greek cities during the economic crisis, the investigation of new housing typologies, and the connections between cinema, architecture and the modern city.

ORGANIZATION
Konstantina Soulioti

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Panos Dragonas & Varvara Christopoulou

TECHNICAL PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION
TENSOR S.A. (G. S. Papadimitriou & M. Pantelidaki)

LIGHTING
L4A “Lighting for Architecture”

AUDIOVISUAL INSTALLATION
Technical Management: Lefteris Karabilas
Administrative Assistance: Rebecca Stamou
Artworks’ installation: Panagiotis Roniotis

IT
Kostas Apollonios
Yannis Chazakis

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Technical Management: John Koutsoupis
Administrative Assistance: Eleni Keratsa
Electricians: Dimitris Bougioukos, Nikos Issis

LINE PRODUCTION
Vassilis Panagiotakopoulos

LINE PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
George Linardakis

ARTWORKS TRANSPORTATION
MOVEART S.A.

ARCHIVES DIGITALIZATION – ARTWORKS PRINTING
GRAPHICON - KYRIAKIDES Α. & Ν.

VISUAL DESIGN
Beetroot

FRAMING
Nikos Sdralis

TRANSLATIONS – TEXT EDITING
Vassilis Douvitsas

PARALLEL EVENTS CURATED BY
Daphne Dragona, Panos Dragonas

PARALLEL EVENTS ORGANIZED BY
Iraklis Papatheodorou, Pasqua Vorgia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES CURATED & ORGANIZED BY
Myrto Lavda, Eleanna Semitelou

VENUE
Diplareios School
3, Theatrou sq., 105 52