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  1. Marianna Tsionki (b. 1980, Athens) is a curator currently based in Manchester. She holds an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from Goldsmiths University of London (2014) and a PhD scholarship from the Manchester School of Art to develop her doctoral curatorial project, which focuses on technology, nature and contemporary art in China. Her research examines contemporary discourses at the intersection of art, architecture & technology focusing on spatial production, climate change, eco-aesthetics and migration. She is investigating the role of the curatorial in knowledge production and developing systematic methods for integrating research into exhibitions.

    Since 2016 she is the research curator at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art in Manchester where she is leading on the development of research exhibitions, conferences, publications, projects and CFCCA’s archive & library redevelopment project. In 2017, she curated the research exhibition and symposium, Digital Matters at CFCCA and popup exhibition ‘Towards throw-away technology’ at Whitechapel, London. As an independent curator she has organised exhibitions, talks, conferences, film screenings and roundtable discussions.