Bill Psarras (1985) is an artist, academic and musician. He is an adjunct lecturer at the Department of Performing and Digital Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Peloponnese. He has been a former adjunct lecturer at the Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University (2016-2019) where he also conducted his postdoctoral research exploring performance/site/technology in relation to Geohumanities (State Scholarship, 2017-2019). He holds a PhD in Arts and Technology from Goldsmiths, University of London, where he studied under an Arts and Humanities Research Council scholarship (2013). He has also an MA in Digital Arts (University of the Arts London) and a BA in Audiovisual Arts (Ionian University). His art practice includes site-specific walking performances, mixed media installations, video/digital art and poetry; exploring the geopoetics and politics of the urban experience through memory, emotion and site. He has exhibited in international contemporary art festivals, group exhibitions and cultural institutions across Europe and the US. His art research has been published in international journals (Leonardo Electronic Almanac-MIT Press, Technoetic Arts, IJART: International Journal of Arts and Technology), conferences (International Symposium on Electronic Art 2013), chapters in edited books on the intersections of contemporary art, performance and urban-cultural studies. As a musician, he has composed music for documentaries and self-released a series of e-albums across the rock and ambient spectrum. On 2017, he published the poetry collection Tundra (Pigi Publications).
Light Walks, 2016
Territorial Poetics (I: awareness), 2019
Territorial Poetics (II: unfolding)
Territorial Poetics (III: vanity), 2020
Urban Halo, 2013