Dalila Honorato, Ph.D., is currently Assistant Professor in Media Aesthetics and Semiotics at the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University in Greece where she is one of the founding members of the Interactive Arts Lab. She is the head of the organizing committee of the conference “Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science” and developer of the studies program concept of the Corfu Summer School in Hybrid Arts. Besides teaching at the undergraduate and graduate programs she also advises doctoral and post-Doc candidates developing their research in Arts Practice. She is a guest faculty at the PhD studies program of the Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis in Alma Mater Europaea, Slovenia, and a guest member of the Science Art Philosophy Lab integrated in the Center of Philosophy of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. In 2013-17 she participated in the research program by COST “Appearance matters: Tackling the Physical & Psychological Consequences of Dissatisfaction with Appearance” (Action IS1210) coordinating the task group focusing on Media and Self-Narrative. Her research focus is on embodiment in the intersection of performing arts and new media.