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Assistant Professor

Kostas Daflos is a PhD Architect (NTUA), new media artist MΑ ¨Digital Arts¨ (ASFA-Patras University), Sculptor (ASFA), based in Athens. Explores through the Cipo_ program methods between art and architecture and creates do-it-yourself (DIY) dialogical robotic nomadic installations and vehicles, functioning as public interactive interventions for performances. He has organized several student workshops, collective acts and collaborative urban researches with educational and critical processes in different specific context. His interests focuses on literal art practices involving dialogical art and social art, tactical media and activism under the theoretical ideas of the cyborg performativity, the everyday life, the commons and the public spheres. Since 2003 he has participated in independent festivals through different art and technology frameworks such as: 4th LAST Festival: Life/Art/Science/Technology, Thymos Foundation, San Jose State University (California), Diffrazioni Festival (Florence, 2016), Fournos_Center for Digital Culture (Athens), Bios ‘Oπa!’ (Athens), TeDance ‘Technologically Expanded Dance’ (Lisbon), Break 2.3 ‘New Species’ (Ljubljana), Digital art exhibition ‘Science & Art’ (Shanghai). Preselected: Body>data>space: Robots + Avatars (2012), 3rd LAST Festival, Interactive Digital Experimental Art (IDEA), Stanford University (California). He has authorial, academic and architectural activity both from realization and published work. He is an Assistant Professor at NTUA, Athens School of Architecture.

Courses

During the current academic year, this person is a tutor in the following courses:

Undergraduate Courses
1st Semester
2nd Semester
3rd Semester
4th Semester
5th Semester
6th Semester
7th Semester
8th Semester
Postgraduate Programme "Architecture - Spatial Design" - Division A: "Architectural Design - Space - Culture"