Evgenia Giannopoulou is a Berlin-based independent curator & researcher born in Athens, having studied Curating at UdK Berlin and Philology in Greece. Since 2014 she has realized a series of interactive site-specific exhibitions, exploring artistic potentials in extreme spaces and the embodied experience of the visitors within them (catacombs of former GDR-building in East Berlin, happening with ice in a Hammam in Istanbul, etc.). In 2015, she curated the guerrilla exhibition Communistic Curating – Experiment #1 Berlin: This should have been a group exhibition by the Dutch artist Kim Engelen, from 2016 to 2017 she worked as an art mediator at the 3rd Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Forming in the Pupil of an Eye (Kerala, IN). In 2017, she worked as a curatorial fellow for Summer of Love, a group exhibition on the unlikely liaison between love and politics, curated by Katerina Gregos and commissioned by the Schwarz Foundation (Samos, GR). Her interests range widely, between philosophy, poetry, music and transcultural exchanges.