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Ariadne Mikou

Ariadne Mikou

Ariadne Mikou is a Greek-born independent artist-researcher and dance scholar who is currently residing in Italy. She focuses on dance and community-making processes and she is also specialized in experimental practices across dance, architecture, and media as well as site-interventions and performance practices that question the theatrical apparatus. She has contributed as an author to the book anthologies “Performing Process: Sharing Dance and Choreographic Practices” (Intellect Books 2018) and “Dancing Dialogues. A Collection of Articles from Choros International Dance Journal” (Dian Publisher, 2019). Her articles and reviews have been published in peer-reviewed international journals (a.o. The International Journal of Screendance; Danza e Ricerca. Laboratorio di Studi, Scritture, Visioni; Arti dello Spettacolo-Performing Arts Journal). As a movement educator and scholar, she has collaborated with prestigious institutions a.o. La Biennale di Venezia and Palazzo Grassi in Italy and she was also invited as a Visiting Lecturer in various academic institutions such as The University of Roehampton, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, The Jazeps Vitols Latvian Academy of Music. She is the co-founder of the futuremellon/NOT YET ART collective, and currently, she is co-curator of [SET. me free] Dance & Movement on Screen, an international platform for the promotion of screendance. In 2018, she was awarded her fully-funded PhD Degree in Interdisciplinary Choreographic Research from the University of Roehampton (UK). She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Dance from The Ohio State University (USA) supported by the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece (IKY/Erasmus/Erasmus+) and a Graduate Teaching Assistantship. She also holds a Diploma (joined Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree) from the School of Architecture at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR).

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