Zenovia Toloudi is architect, artist, and Assistant Professor at Studio Art, Dartmouth College. She has been research fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), and at MIT Art, Culture, and Technology (ACT). Her research builds on a cultural approach of technology, craftsmanship, and activism in architecture with installations that interplay with the physical qualities of space (air, light, sound) and their sensual perception (smell, vision, hearing) to enhance awareness and participation. Zenovia has received her doctorate from Harvard GSD, Master of Architecture from Illinois Institute of Technology, and Architecture Engineering Diploma from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her doctoral dissertation, entitled "On Architectural Taste and Identity: Experimenting with PICANICO Game," explores the creation of a new classification of architectural typologies that emerge from user preferences and how this compares to academic ones. She is recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, and has received several other grants, awards, and prizes. Zenovia is a Public Voices Fellow.