Ms Christiana Kazakou

Ms Christiana Kazakou

School of Art, Design and Architecture (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)


Transdisciplinary Researcher at i-DAT

PhD Candidate in Digital Art and Technology, Funded by the 3D3 Center for doctoral training, Arts & Humanities Research Council.


Academic Record

MA Art & Science (2013) Central Saint Martins, UAL, London

MA Art Management (2006) University of Greenwich, London

BSc Financial Economics (2004) University of Essex, UK

FD Mathematical Sciences (2001) British Council, Athens

Professional Development Training

Curating New Media Art: Process, Interaction, Virtuality (2018) Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Berlin 

Curating in Art, Science & Technology: Potentials and Pitfalls (2017) Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Berlin 

Expanding Exhibitions: Innovative approaches to curating (2014) Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Berlin

Curating on the Web: Exhibiting Internet-based Art (2015) Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Berlin

Digital Curating (2014) UCL (University College London) 

Diploma in Practical Journalism (2011) Goldsmith’s University, London

Diploma in Creative Writing (2010) Goldsmith's University, London

Professional membership

Museums Association

Teaching interests

Real Time Performativity

Emerging Technologies

Research interests

Curatorial practice, art and science practices, spatial - cultural and communication theory, trans-disciplinary methodologies and processes, complexity science, social and universal design, computational design thinking, design research, mental and conceptual modelling, systems theory and diagramming, narrative and action research, social & open innovation.

Reports & invited lectures

STARTS Academies (2020) Athens 

MA Digital Media Arts (2019) University of Brighton


Christiana, K. (2019) ‘Re-inventing transdisciplinary curating: navigating global digital participation in hybrid data spaces’, WebSci Interdisciplinary PhD Symposium at the 11th International ACM Web Science Conference, 30th June 30 – 3rd July, 2019. Boston, MA, USA​

Christiana, K. (2019) ‘Mapping socio-spatial narrative networks’, Peripheries: Literary Spaces at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference, University College Cork, 15-17th July, Cork, Ireland