Studied art history, archaeology and museum studies in Greece, the U.K. and the Netherlands. Since 2003 she has been affiliated to the University of Amsterdam, undertaking research into contemporary socially and politically engaged art, public art, forms of collectivity and activism in art, leading to a Ph.D entitled ‘Participation and Collaboration in Contemporary Art. A Game without Borders between Art and “Real” Life’ (2009). She has worked as an exhibition maker in Greece (Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, 2001-2003), Egypt (Library of Alexandria Biennial of Artists’ Books, 2004), Amsterdam (Relocated Identities : Overexposure, 2004 ; Connecting Cultures, 2005 ; Irene Kopelman Scale 1:2:5’, 2008). She currently teaches 20th century art history and theory at the University of Amsterdam and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy of Arts.