Elena Lagoudi is a museum technologist, a digital humanist and a forlorn poet. Born in Greece, she lived half of her adult life in London where she worked for Tate and the National Gallery. Together with teams of inspired curators and educators she delivered a range of projects that increased accessibility and diversity in museums. Now she lives in Athens, Greece, systematizing her own aporetic procedure in the Greek philosophical tradition for dealing with information overload and recalibrating the concept of safety in today’s world. Her main research and creative interests are rooted in the relationship between the word and image, through the lens of participation, representation, inclusion and intersectionality in art.