National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Kallia Fysaraki is a PhD candidate and teaching assistant at the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens. She graduated from the Department of Architectural Engineering at the University of Patras and holds a master’s degree from the Postgraduate Program Research in Architecture: Architectural Design – Space – Culture of the NTUA. Since 2010, she has been a co-founding member of cultural groups and research collectives, such as Pismones Chori (transl. stubborn spaces/espaços teimosos), Revisiting On the Commons part of the Laboratory for the Urban Commons (LUC), etc., where she co-initiated self-learning processes, public interventions and actions towards space-commoning. Her doctoral research focuses on photography as a practice of habitation of the public space, exploring published amateur photographs from the example of the Occupied Squares movement of 2011-2013.
CASCO, September 2023