Katerina Katsifaraki studied painting and engraving at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1993-1998). In 2001 she completed her postgraduate studies (MFA) in Interdisciplinary Arts at the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) in the Netherlands, with a scholarship from the State Scholarship Foundation (IKY). Until 2006 she attended modern dance and performance classes with M. Mendez’s team. She has participated in exhibitions, residencies and performances in Greece and abroad. She designed and implemented in situ installations in various venues, such as solo exhibition at the garden of the Megaron Athens Concert Hall/ AnnexM (2022), The First and Last and Always Psiloritis Biennale (2021), solo exhibition at the Museum Benaki/‘NEMA’ (2020), the Halandri Settlement, Athens (2019), Rencontres Internationales Al Maken d’Art Actuel, Tunisia (2016), Patmion Cultural Center, Patmos (2018), Libby Sacer Foundation, Athens (2014), solo exhibition at the El Estudio Ammeba, under the auspices of the Spanish Embassy, Athens (2010), Museum of 25th May (Museum of Yugoslavia), Serbia (2002), Technopolis and Chamber of Fine Arts of Greece, Athens (2003), Art System Gallery, Toronto (2001), Studentski Kulturni Center (SKC), Serbia (2001), Villa Weiner, Germany (2000 & 2001). She has participated in the Digital Art Festival, Thessaloniki (2006), 6th International Panorama of Independent Film and Video Makers, Thessaloniki (2004), International Film Festival on the Internet by Zeta Films, Brazil (2002), Outdoors Touring Balkan Project 2002/2003. In 2001 she was invited by art historian Biljana Tomic to perform an in-situ installation at the Studentki Kulturni Center (SKC) in Belgrade and a performance at the Museum of 25th May (Museum of Yugoslavia), for which she was awarded by the Serbian Ministry of Culture. Other works she has performed are with Nomadic / Topos / Athena, Athens (2017), Akademietheater van Utrecht, Holland (1999 & 2000) and Středočeské Muzeum Rostoky, Czech Republic (2000). She has worked as a teacher in the School of Architecture of the Technical University of Crete, in the College of Athens (HAEF) and in public schools.