Project publication, 2023, DOI: 10.26254/med/6344Research team: Cristina Ampatzidou, Viktor Bedö, Ektor Ntourakos, Jaz Hee-jeong Choi Zine Editors: Cristina Ampatzidou, Viktor Bedö, Ektor NtourakosCopy-editing: Heleen SchröderPrinting: Pantheon DrukkersRealised with the support of …
Ampatzidou C., Vervoort J., Falay von Flittner Z., Vaajakallio K. (2022), New Insights, New Rules: What Shapes the Iterative Design of an Urban Planning Game?, Urban Planning, 7(2), 295-305DOI: 10.17645/up.v7i2.5112 Games have …
Understories is a loose and messy collection of tales bringing to light unseen, yet critical conversations that made the CreaTures research project alive.
Ampatzidou, C., Dolejšová, M., Choi, J. H-j. and Botero, A. (2022). Feral Ways Of Knowing And Doing: Tools And Resources For Transformational Creative Practice. In Proceedings of the 2021 Pivot Conference: Dismantling Reassembling – Tools for Alternative Futures. OCAD University, July 22-23, 2021
Dolejšová, M., Ampatzidou, C., Houston, L., Light, A., Botero, A., Choi, J. H-j., Wilde, D., Altarriba Bertran, F., Davis, H., Gil, F., and Catlow, R. (2021). Designing for Transformative Futures: Creative Practice, Social Change and Climate Emergency. In Creativity and Cognition (C&C ’21), June 22, 23, 2021, Virtual Event, Italy. ACM, New York, NY, USA
The Three-Tier Garden: More than Human Choreographies in the Post-COVID city is a more-than-human design research project exploring shared urban gardens as places for healing and recovery from the traumatic ruptures caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A series of informal seminars on creative practice, engagement and transformation, curated in the framework of the CreaTures project.
CreaTures is an EU Horizon 2020 research project investigating the potential of creative practices to support positive eco-social change.
Ampatzidou C. (2018) Reinventing the rules: emergent gameplay for civic learning, in De Lange M., De Waal M. (eds.) The Hackable City: Digital Media and Collaborative Citymaking in the Network Society, Springer
Serious game familiarising players with the energy transition policies in the province of Groningen, developed as part of my doctoral research.
Ampatzidou, C., Bouw, M., van de Klundert, F., de Lange, M., & de Waal, M. (2015). The hackable city: a research manifesto and design toolkit. Amsterdam Creative Industries Publishing.
Conference paper in collaboration with Ania Molenda – Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis, Athens, 2014 While storytelling is about the construction of a story by setting up a timeline …
Article for Ruimtevolk, May 2014, in collaboration with Ania Molenda
The troubled history of a key masterwork of one Greece’s most significant post-war modernist architects, Takis Zenetos’ FIX brewery building in Athens, might just be about to have a happy ending. Due to open as the new National Museum of Contemporary Art in March next year, Cristina Ampatzidou traces a tortuous road of disuse, mutilation, delays and lawsuits that have dogged the life of this huge structure.
Honorary Mention – in collaboration with Teresa Papachristou.
Competition: “Reclamation of communal spaces and creation of landmarks in Thessaloniki”
Film review (2013) Damien Faure, Intercalary Spaces, 2012 and Jonathan Robinson, Skyhouse, 2013 for the AFFR – Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam
Interview with Carolyn Steel author of Hungry City for Bettery Magazine, 2012 Both very simple and infinitely complex, food is an extremely powerful factor in our lives. After all, every …
Review at No New Enemies, July 2013 Passionate with chicken while a student, the humble bird was only the start of Giuseppe Licari’s continuous transaction with nature in his art. …
Article at uncube magazine, July 2013 Amsterdam has a new attraction: urban food tourism. Why is the history of culinary culture so important to understanding the city today? Inspired by …
Ampatzidou C., Molenda A., Kekou E., (2013) Online Citizens- Offline Cities, in Charitos D., Theona I., Dragona D., Rizopoulos H., Meimaris M. (eds.), Proceedings of the Biennal Conference Hybrid City 2013 – Subtle (R)evolutions, University Research Institute of Applied Communication, Athens