Olga Pantelidou is a PhD candidate of Architecture at NTUA and a graduate student at Yale University. She holds two master degrees, in Information Technology and in Architecture and Philosophy.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Social Networks Created by New Technologies: Perspectives from Art and Architecture

This paper explores how architects and artists participate in a discourse concerning new technology and social networks through their work.

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Malleus Maleficarum: Beware! Architecture and the Arts in our Midst

This paper uses the metaphor of the witch to analyze the place of Arts and Architecture in society, and explore their relationships with the status quo in the contemporary age.

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Advancing Technology, Exploring Mythology, Analyzing Symbols

An exploration of the intersection of technology and mythology within society from the context of the Arts and Architecture.

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