Ariadne Mikou is a Greek-born artist-researcher currently residing in Italy. She holds a PhD in Interdisciplinary Choreographic Research that was fully funded by the University of Roehampton (UK). With a background as an architect, dance performer and choreographer, her practice is located at the crossover between corporeal, spatial and screen-based arts. She is co-founder of the nomadic micro-festival [SET.mefree] Dance & Movement on Screen, a platform focused on screendance curation, education and mentoring. Her writing has been published in peer-reviewed international journals and book anthologies. She is a selected artist for Creative Europe’s Migrating Artists Project-Challenging Dance and Cinema across Europe (mAPs). She works at the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice as a Research Fellow for the action-research project Dancing Museums-The Democracy of Beings and as a Research Assistant for the SPIN project Memory in Motion. Re-membering Dance History.