Andromachi Vrakatseli teaches sound art and sonic design Department of Applied and Fine Arts,University of Western Macedonia, Greece. She holds a PhD from the University of the Aegean in the field of «sound art and exhibition space», investigating the relationships between sound, body and space. Her PhD is the first one in Greece in the field of sound studies. In the context of her postgraduate studies in Music Technology (University of York) she specialized in interactive art technologies. Her scientific research and sound artworks have been presented in many international conferences that deal with sound (The Global Composition 2018, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Sounding out the space Conference, Dublin School of Creative Arts, Sonic Realities Conference University of Aberdeen etc) and cultural exhibitions. She has published in conference proceedings and journals (Leonardo Electronic Almanac MIT Press, -work accepted,etc). She organizes the Museum of Memory in Lefkada island, an outdoor walking museum about local oral history and audio heritage with the support of Columbia University.Andromachi designs sounds for mobile devices (mobile phones, tablets) and walking applications that utilizes augmented Reality (AR), machine Learning and narrative guiding technologies (Research project Augmented Reality Polis Stories, Diadrasis company)She had collaborated with EMST National Museum of Contemporary Art, Eugenides Foundation etc in educational programs about sound, image and digital media. She is invited to speak in several workshops in Greece (“Sound and Gallery: Relations between sound and exhibition space”, Art Athina,“Embodied listening in empty space”, EMST National Museum of Contemporary Art etc). She has curated sound in various exhibitions.