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Georgios Artopoulos

Georgios Artopoulos

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Giorgos Artopoulos holds a Master of Philosophy in Architecture and the Moving Image (University of Cambridge, UK, 2004) and a PhD, conducted at the Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge (2005-2010) with a Doctoral Award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK, where he assisted as tutor and Research Assistant. Giorgos is Assistant Professor at the STARC, CyI. He has contributed in 14 European Research Programs and received the Best International Short Film award in ‘Mestre Film Festival’, Venice and his work was presented in the ‘International Biennale of Contemporary Art’, Czech National Gallery, Prague, the International Exhibition ‘Computational Turn in Architecture’, MAV, Marseille, the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, the 11th and 12th ‘Biennale of Young Creators of Europe’, the ‘63rd Venice Film Festival, La Biennale di Venezia’, Venice, the Royal Institute of British Architects, London, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle, the London Design Festival, London, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, the ISEA 2006 and 2008, the British Council, Brussels, the Byzantine Museum, Athens, the Benakis Museum, Athens and in many International Film Festivals and art exhibitions. His work was published in more than 23 peer-reviewed journals and books of architecture (Digital Creativity Journal, Architecture_MPS Journal, International Journal Of Visual Design, Metalocus Magazine, Interfaces Journal, Scroope Cambridge Journal of Architecture, Architectural Issues, London eScholarship Repository) and 35 International Conference proceedings and exhibition catalogues (GSM II, eCAADe, ACADIA, ASCAAD, Hellenic Semiotics, Generative Art and others) and presented in more than 29 International Conferences and exhibitions (Art Expo, Art Tech Media, ARCO, GIROS, Image: Beyond Media, and others).

  • Artopoulos, G. and Kirsten, D., in press, From Conflict to Inclusion, University College London Press.
  • Artopoulos, G. and Sioulas, M., forthcoming, Urban Parks and the Holistic Development of Contemporary Cities, in Urban Planning in Cyprus, Nikolas Patsavos and John Pissourios (eds), Cyprus: ETEK Publications.
  • Artopoulos, G., ‘Simulating Bodily Movement as an Agent for the Reactivation of Forgotten Open Air Spaces in the City,’ in ICiTy | Enhancing places through technology, Proceedings of the International Conference held at the University of Malta, and co-organised by the University of Malta, the Malta Environment and Planning Authority, the Valletta 2018 Foundation, the Malta Communications Authority and studjurban (2016).
  • Artopoulos, G. and Bakirtzis, N., ‘Post-Digital Approaches to Mapping Memory, Heritage and Identity in the City,’ in Digital Futures and the City of Today, Glenda Caldwell (Ed.) (UK: Intellect Books), (May 2016).
  • Artopoulos, G. and Pissourios, J. 2016, Emergent Densities in Cypriot Urban-scape,' in Housing Futures, Rachel Isaac-Menard and Graham Cairns (eds.) Oxford: Libri Publishing, , 81-92; 139-148. ISBN: 978-0-9933706-0-1.
  • Artopoulos, G. and Economou Architects and Engineers, 2015, Urban Parks and the Sustainable Development of the City, in G. Panetsos (ed.), DOMES International Review of Architecture 2015: Greek Architects Yearbook (Athens) 2015. ISSN: 2241-3006, (peer- reviewed).
  • Artopoulos, G., Bakirtzis, N. and Hermon, S., 'Spatially-Organized Virtual Narratives of Contested Urban Space: Digital Methods of Mapping the Spatial Experience of Shared Heritage,' in open-access peer-reviewed University of Greenwich's London eScholarship Repository [Academic Literature Archive] <>.
  • G. Artopoulos and N. Bakirtzis, ‘Virtual Narratives For Complex Urban Realities: historic Nicosia as Museum,’ in Electronic Media and Visual Arts (EVA) Berlin 2014 Book of Proceedings, organized by Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the Fraunhofer IGD, and EVA Conferences International, Berlin, Germany (November 2014), pp. 190-99. (ISBN 978-3-88609-755-5)
  • G. Artopoulos and N. Bakirtzis, ‘Virtual Environments of Contested Urban Space: Mapping the Spatial Experience of Heritage in Divided Historic Cities,’ in G. Cairns (ed). The Mediated City. Architecture_MPS Journal, London, UK. 2014 (peer-reviewed) (ISSN 2050-9006).
  • G. Artopoulos, ‘Prototype Spatial Models of Interaction,’ in peer-reviewed International Journal Of Visual Design, CG Publishers, Vol. 6 (3), 2012, pp. 39-56. (ISSN 1833-1874)
  • G. Artopoulos, experimental design work, in Matt Bua and Maximilian Goldfarb (eds), Architectural Inventions (UK: Lawrence King Publisher, October 2012), pp. 92, 321. (ISBN 978-1-78067-005-8)
  • G. Artopoulos and Popi Iacovou, ‘Play-ground,’ in Marisa Yiu and Eric Schuldenfrei (eds), Instant Culture, (HK: mccmcreations, 2011), p. 280. (ISBN 978-988185848-1)
  • G. Artopoulos, (Chapter 9) 'An architect's view into the design and life of dynamic environments for the performing arts' in Alan Short, Geometry and Atmosphere (UK: Ashgate Publishers, 2011), pp. 192-207. (ISBN 978-0-7546-7404-7)
  • G. Artopoulos and S. Roudavski, ‘A performative Situation: Prague Biennale Pavilion’, in Interfaces Journal του British Computer Society: Interaction Specialist Group (ISSN 1351-119X), vol 68 (2006), pp. 10-13.
  • G. Artopoulos, ‘Processes of synthesis in computational design’, στο SCROOPE Cambridge Architecture Journal (ISSN 0966-1026), vol 18 (2006), pp. 152-59.
  • G. Artopoulos and S. Roudavski, ‘It’s a Parasite! pavilion’, in METALOCUS Art and Architecture Journal, no 18 (2006), pp. 140-45. (ISSN 1139-6415)
  • G. Artopoulos and E. Condorcet, ‘House of Affects – Time, immersion and play in digital design for spatially experienced interactive narrative,’ in peer-reviewed Digital Creativity Journal (Routledge), vol 17, 4, (2006), pp. 213-20. (ISSN 1462-6268)
  • G. Artopoulos and P. Iacovou, ‘Digital Drawing Table, SATO company Industrial Design Competition participation awarded with the 1st prize’, in METALOCUS Art and Architecture Journal, no 14 (2004), pp. 140-43. (ISSN 1139-6415)