Stefanos Levidis is a researcher and visual practitioner. He is a project coordinator at the research agency Forensic Architecture, where he oversees the agency’s work on borders and migration. His PhD dissertation, submitted in 2020 at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths University, and titled ‘Border Natures. The Environment as Weapon at the Edges of Greece’, interrogates the entanglement of border defence strategies with the natural environment at the external borders of the EU, with a focus on the Greek case.
He also holds a Bachelors and a Masters in Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, and a Masters in Advanced Architecture from the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia. As a member of Forensic Architecture he was part of the team nominated for the Turner Prize in 2018, and has lectured and exhibited internationally. His own spatial and visual practice has also been presented and published internationally, and his investigative research has been submitted to courts in support of human rights cases.