Daphne Dragona is a theorist and curator living and working in Berlin and Athens. Her current interests lie in critical data-driven art, commons-based art and in 'off-the-cloud' tools and infrastructures. She has collaborated with centers, museums and festivals of different countries and articles of hers have been published in various books, magazines and journals. She is currently part of the curatorial team of transmediale, festival for digital culture (Berlin) and of the organising team of Hybrid City Conference (Athens). Among her curated or co-curated projects and exhibitions are: Homo Ludens Ludens (Laboral, 2008) Mapping the Commons Athens (EMST, 2010), Datenspiel/Dataplay (Goethe Institut Athen & Frown, 2013), Afresh (ΕΜSΤ, 2013), Home/s (Benaki Museum, 2013) New Babylon Revisited (Goethe Institut Athen, 2013), Capture All (transmediale, 2015). She was awarded a PhD from the Faculty of Communication & Media Studies of the University of Athens in 2016.