[Since 2008 I have been a member of the editorial team of Interartive]

Interartive is an art journal edited by friends and colleagues: Christina Grammatikopoulou, Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio, Marisa Gomez, Lucila Vilela and Modesta di Paola. Having different backgrounds (artistic, theoretic and country of origin), our collaboration resulted in a transcultural, transdisciplinary and multilingual art platform, that provided access to a large cultural base of international and local artistic expressions.
Over the years it has become a meeting ground for over 600 artists and academic researchers, that collaborated with the journal.
From 2008 until 2018 we published 100 monthly issues and during the past four years publications have become more sporadic.
The publications cover a wide range of research topics and artistic practices, from academic studies to exhibition criticism, philosophical and literary topics, interviews with artists, curators, directors of cultural centres and theorists.
Every text is published in English or Spanish with occasional translations in the mother language of each writer (Catalan, French, Greek, Portuguese, Italian and German).
The heart of each issue is the Online Exhibition, which presents the work of an artist with a curatorial text by an art theorist, translated in five languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Greek).
Interartive often includes special issues dedicated to a topic relevant to contemporary art, such as monuments, urban space, originality and copy, copyright, etc. These issues are broader in scope, involving a call for proposals, a peer reviewing process and guest editors.