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Polina Zioga

Polina Zioga

Director of Interactive Filmmaking Lab, Staffordshire University

Dr Polina Zioga is an award-winning hybrid artist, researcher and currently the Director of the Interactive Filmmaking Lab at the School of Computing and Digital Technologies of the Staffordshire University. Her areas of expertise are Expanded and Live Cinema, Interactive Filmmaking, Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs), and Neurocinematics.

Her interdisciplinary background and studies have influenced her peer-reviewed research and creative practice, which for more than ten years has centred in the field of arts and the brain, combining creativity, technology and science. She holds a Ph.D from the Glasgow School of Art/University of Glasgow, selected as one of the Top-Ranked LABS Abstracts for 2017 by Leonardo (MIT Press). She has written for The Converation and has appeared on The Guardian technology podcast, while for her work and excellence, she has received grants and awards from international sources, like the NEON Organization, Glasgow School of Art Global Excellence Initiative Fund, Connecting Cities Urban Media Lab as part of the European project ‘Connecting Cities: Participatory City 2014’, MyndPlay, the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Athens, The Hellenic-Dutch Association of Commerce and Industry (He.D.A.) and others. In this frame, she has collaborated with esteemed organisations including the Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Northern Video Art Network (Finland, Norway, Greece, Hong Kong), iMAL (Brussels) and Fournos Center for Digital Culture (Athens).

Her creative work and research has been presented and published since 2004 in Europe, Asia, North and South America including: solo and group art exhibitions, video-art and film festivals, performances, international conferences, academic journals, invited talks and guest lectures.

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