Zoe Papadopoulou is a UK based artist. She completed a BA in Fine Art at Middlesex University and a Masters in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. Her practice is primarily concerned with the politics and implications of new technologies. She collaborates with scientists and ethicists to probe discussions on the impact they will have on public groups.

From the RCA, to primary school fetes, to the windows of the Wellcome Trust, Zoe’s execution and unique perspective bridge the gap between new technologies and the people they are potentially most going to affect.

‘Grief — A Work in Progress’ – Southbank Centre, 4th of March, 2017.

2016
Human +. The future of our species
CCCB Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona
2014
Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV)
Dortmund
2013
Victoria & Albert Museum
Digital Design Festival
A.N.D. Festival
Cube Gallery, Manchester
Uniquely you
Science Centre Singapore
2012
New energy in design and art
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2011
Beijing International Design Triennial
China National Museum, Beijing.
Human +
Science Gallery
What If… curated by Dunne & Raby
Wellcome Trust, London
2010
Vintage at Goodwood festival
Images and Mirages @ nanosciences
La Fabrique Culturelle, University of Toulouse, France
Clerkenwell Design Week, London
Impact!
Royal College of Art, London
Impact!
Cheltenham Science Festival
Abandon Normal Devices Festival
Harris Gallery, University of Lancaster
2009
What if… Exhibition
Science Gallery, Dublin
SHOW RCA
Royal College of Art degree show
2005
Watermans Gallery, London
2004
New Media Centre presentation
Institute of Contemporary Art, London
Embrace the Swarm
Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria