Artemis Chrysostomidou (1987) is an award-winning author, dramaturg and theatre director. She has written and directed “Raw Eggs | Lisbon” Espaço da Penha Lisboa (PT), “Manipulation and Other Romantic Stories” Frankfurt LAB (DE), “Mortality, hooray” EXPO Festival, English Theatre Berlin (DE), “A guide on how to prevent daily life accidents” BIOS, Athens (GR) etc. Her work has also been presented as site-specific or text-based art series at Travers | Copenhagen Contemporary (DK), Temporars | Muzeum Susch (CH) etc, while as a dramaturg she has collaborated with C. Crombholtz (DE), A. Chioti | Vasistas (GR) etc. She was awarded prizes and fellowships such as the 2022 O Rumo do Fumo Lisbon, 2021 Frankfurt LAB, 2020 Temporars by Muzeum Susch, Art Stations Foundation Switzerland, the 2019 European Emerging Artist by European Theatre Convention and the 2018 State Prize for Literature, Best Young Writer for her book “Dogs don’t bark in France | Sculpture”.