Evanthia Tselika [PhD] is Assistant professor and Fine art program coordinator at the University of Nicosia. Her research is focused on contemporary art, the urban context, conflict transformation, community processes and socially engaged art practices. She develops and researches social and public art practices within the context of segregated cities and has worked, exhibited and collaborated with various art centres and museums locally and internationally. Some of these include the Municipal Arts Centre in Nicosia, the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus, October Gallery in London, the Modern Art Museum of El Salvador, and MAC Niteroi, Brazil, amongst others. Currently she is co-ordinating socially situated art and technology research and public practices, under the Interreg Balkan Med funded programme Phygital (Greece- Albania- Cyprus, 2017-2019). She has been involved in conceiving and producing the European Cultural Foundation Shaping Common paths (2017-2018) project and was the key researcher and curator in the Cyprus iteration of the Artecitya platform by Artos Foundation, Creative Europe, in the displaced housing estates in Nicosia. In 2020 a collective volume publication she is co-editing on contemporary art and Cyprus is due to be published by Bloomsbury.