Dr. Christina Grammatikopoulou has a degree in Archeology and Art History (2002) and a MA in Art History (2007) from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2007 she continued her studies in Barcelona, with a Diploma of Advanced Studies (2008) and a PhD in Art Theory and Criticism from the University of Barcelona (2013).
During her postgraduate studies, she was awarded with the scholarship of European Art History by the State Scholarship Foundation of Greece (IKY). She has collaborated with the research groups Art, Architecture and Digital Society (UB), Urban Conflicts (AUTH) and Art, Globalization, Interculturality (UB). She has also worked as an intern at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA).
In 2008 she founded the online art magazine Interartive, where she still works as the Managing Editor. Some of her texts can be read in Interartive, as well as in peer-reviewed journals. For the past eight years, she has been involved in the organization of workshops, conferences and artistic exhibitions in Spain and abroad (London, Paris, Thessaloniki etc.)
Her current research focuses on computer-based art; she is especially interested in the perception of the body and identity in interactive art, as well as the intersections of culture and politics within the digital space.