Bill Psarras (1985) is a Greek artist and musician currently living in London. He holds a BA in AudioVisual Arts from the department of Audio Visual Arts – Ionian University (Greece) and an MA in Digital Arts from University of the Arts London – Camberwell College of Arts (United Kingdom). Since October 2011, he is PhD candidate in Arts and Computational Technology of Goldsmiths University of London, conducting practice-based research on the artistic mapping of urban non-places, emotion and walking through new media arts. He is working on immersive video installations, video art, new media art, as well as music composition and soundscapes. Conceptually, his works have a strong relation with urban landscape, emotion, non-place/place, liminality and urban walking with many references on psychogeography, surrealism and romanticism. He has exhibited in various festivals across the world (Greece, UK, France, USA, China, Australia) in galleries in Athens, London and Kiev as well as in the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2010 in London. In 2012, his work was selected by Goethe Institut to be part of the media art project ‘Art Up’ between Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria (2012-2013). His publications and speeches have been presented in NECS Conference (Portugal), AES Convention (Germany), in International Journal of Arts & Technology (IJART) as well as in National Museum of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki (Greece). He is also a member of the Walking Artists Network. On 2010, he released his debut guitar instrumental album entitled Feeding My Desire and since then he composes guitar instrumental works.