Bill Psarras is a Greek artist and adjunct lecturer at the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of Ionian University, where he also works as a postdoctoral researcher on Arts and GeoHumanities (IKY Scholarship). He has a Ph.D. in arts and computational technology from Goldsmiths University of London (AHRC scholarship), with further MA studies in digital arts (University of the Arts London) and BA studies in audiovisual arts (Ionian University). His art practice includes installations, walking performances, video/digital art, poetry and music composition, and explores the poetics and politics of the urban experience as influenced by concepts of the flâneur, psychogeography and emotional geographies, among others. He has exhibited at more than 65 international festivals (in Europe, United States, South America and Australia), group exhibitions (such as the Onassis Foundation, Benaki Museum and FRINGE Arts bath) and cultural institutions (including the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition in 2010 and Goethe Institut Art Up). His research can be found on the intersections of contemporary art, urban studies and media arts, and is published in a series of conferences and journals, such as LEA The MIT Press and ISEA2013. He is a rock musician and ambient music composer using the alias Ludmilla My Side. In 2017, he published his first poetry collection, entitled Tundra.