Difference between revisions of "Maria Karagianni"

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* [http://computationalculture.net/software-as-dispute-resolution-system-design-effect-and-cultural-monetization/ "Software As Dispute Resolution System: Design, Effect and Cultural Monetization"], ''Computational Culture'' 7, Oct 2019.
 
* [http://computationalculture.net/software-as-dispute-resolution-system-design-effect-and-cultural-monetization/ "Software As Dispute Resolution System: Design, Effect and Cultural Monetization"], ''Computational Culture'' 7, Oct 2019.
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* ''[[Media:Tunnel_Up_Tunnel_Down_A_Zine_About_Private_Virtual_Networks_2019.pdf|Tunnel Up / Tunnel Down: A Zine About Private Virtual Networks]]'', 2019.
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** ''[[Media:Tunnel ouvert tunnel ferme un zine sur les reseaux prives virtuels 2020.pdf|Tunnel ouvert / tunnel fermé: un zine sur les réseaux privés virtuels]]'', 2020.

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Born Athens, Greece
Based in Athens, Greece

Maria Karagianni (1979, Athens) studied photography and graphic arts at the Fine Arts School of Athens and holds a Masters in media design from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam (2008). She creates software and hardware tools for interactive projects and works as a freelance web designer and developer using free and open source software. Maria has collaborated with choreographer Thomas Körtvélyessy and composer Sjoerd Leijten to reflect on authorship and open/closed structures in dance and sound composition with the use of notations and code. She has also given lectures about the complexities of copyright licensing. She is a member of the Genderchangers and Media Liberation Front/Feminism collectives which have organized workshops and events about media and public space. She lived in Rotterdam, Brussels, Paris, now she is based back in Athens.

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