Eliza Soroga is a performing artist. She studied Cultural Studies (University of Athens) and Performance Making (Goldsmiths University of London). Heliza’s work deals with the representations of the “eerie” and the transformation of everyday life into visual art. She was honored with the first prize of contemporary art at the 11th Venice Arte Laguna Prize. In 2018 she presented the performance Roots at the Athens and Epidaurus Festival. She is artistic director of Re-Inventing Public Spaces and a Visiting Professor at the dep. of Architecture & Design (University of East London). She is a member of the Geraldine Pilgrim Performance Company (UK) team and co-works with the Medea Electronique (GR) multimedia team.