Tereza Papamichali is an artist based in Athens and Warsaw. She studied at the University of the Arts London and the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and her artistic practise includes sculpture, films, installations and also curatorial, collaborative and research projects. In her work, she examines the relation of the public and the intimate through spatial and social narratives and genealogies, and for her PhD, she researched postwar modernist architecture and policies employed on affective and family narratives. She has exhibited work in galleries and institutions such as the Athens Biennale, the Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography in Greece and on awarded film productions of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival. She has also worked on research projects like ‘Regarding Nicolas Calas’, ‘Alexander Iolas – Villa Iolas’ with artist collective ‘Filopappou Group’, ‘Plac zabaw / Playground’ and others.