Architecture, and the Spaces of the Mind.
Doctor of Philosophy
Department of Architecture – University of Thessaly
ΜArch Architectural Design | AVATAR
Advanced Virtual Αnd Technological
Bartlett School of Architecture | UCL
Graduated with Distinction
Dip. of Architecture
Department of Architecture | Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Angeliki Malakasioti is an architect, digital artist and academic living in Athens. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University, teaching courses about arts, research and digital culture, new technologies and digital media, audiovisual representations, speculative design and creative methodologies. She has also taught courses in the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly, in the Department of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and in the joint postgraduate program "Information and Communication Technologies in Education" of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
She has studied architecture in the Department of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, she has completed the postgraduate course MArch, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, with distinction, and she has fulfilled a Doctoral Thesis on the "Anatomy of the Digital Body - Spatial Aspects of the Self and the Immaterial on the Web" in the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly, with honors. She has also completed a post-doctorate research on the ‘Architecture of Melancholy – the case of video game environments’ with the support of the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY).
Her artistic and research activity emphasizes on the fields of noetic spaces, digital experiences and representations of the self through fictional constructions using digital image composition, photography, and video art. She has multiple international publications, she has participated in international conferences, art and film festivals and exhibitions, and she has received prizes of experimental film making, photography and "art as research" contributions.