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Yiannis I. Andronikidis is an art historian, writer, and translator. After studying History, Archaeology, and History of Art at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, he completed his thesis at the Edinburgh College of Art entitled Documented subjectivities, artistic autonomy, and the social register: critical analysis of Forensic Architecture’s vision. In 2021, he initiated an ongoing research project, Translation as an_Archival Process, at HkW (Haus der Kulturen der Welt) in Berlin, which consists of a series of visual, textual, and audio documents and culminates in the print publication, Blue Magnets, forthcoming by A) GLIMPSE) OF). He is a member of HEKLER, a transnational community of artists, cultural workers, and activists that foster a critical and experimental examination of hospitality and conflict, co-editor of the journal brossura: manual for pirate languages, and co-curator of Video Club, a radio program exploring ‘sound autobiography’ and hauntological affect in film-making. His texts and translations, in different formats, can be found, among others, in Philosophy World Democracy, Another Gaze/Another Screen, TripleAmpersand &&&, Ultra Dogme, and fade.radio. Since 2022, he has been undertaking research as part of the Art & Curatorial Practice Programme at The New Centre for Research and Practice.