Afroditi Psarra (Athens, 1982) is a multidisciplinary artist and a PhD candidate at the School of Fine Arts of the Complutense Univerity of Madrid (U.C.M.). Her academic research Cyberpunk and New Media Art focuses in the relationship between science fiction, performance and digital art, and offers a philosophical, sociological and aesthetic analysis of the influence of new technologies in contemporary artistic practices. In 2008 she gained a post-graduate degree (D.E.A.) in Image, Technology and Design at the Fine Arts in Madrid and in 2005 she graduated from the Department of Plastic Arts and Art Sciences in Ioannina, Greece. Her artistic interest focuses on concepts such as the body as an interface, the identity crisis of the individual, folk tradition and the role of women in contemporary culture. Her artworks include a wide variety of media and techniques that extend from embroidery, soft circuits, DIY electronics, hacking and creative coding, to interactive installations and sound performances. Lately she has been exploring electronic textiles and sound, and has been tutoring workshops on the LilyPad Arduino microprocessor. Her work has been presented at Amber'12 in Istanbul, Piksel[X] in Bergen, Norway, CTM Festival in Berlin and Electropixel #3 in Nantes between others.