Aliki (Alice) Dermati was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She holds a First-Class BA (Hons) degree in Ancient and Modern Greek Language & Literature from the National University of Athens. She has published an article on Theatre and Dance in Aristotle’s philosophy on the CONATUS Academic Journal. Alice also studied classical ballet and contemporary dance at the N. Kontaxaki Higher Vocational Dance School and is an ISTD qualified teacher in Modern Theatre-Jazz and Imperial Classical Ballet (DDE Teaching Qualifications). She has participated in intensive programmes in London, Paris, Berlin and Amsterdam alongside performing in various festivals in Greece. In 2016 she founded the Wonderland Sins Theatre Dance Company, trying to explore her own choreographic voice. In addition, she has been involved to the Athens street dance community (Lock‘n’Roll crew: Greece’s Got Talent Finalists, 2nd Place at Street Dance Choreography in Breakin’ Bad Contest/ Adagio Family crew/ Playmo-Beat crew). She joined the DAP programme in order to develop her choreographic and performance skills. She is interested in exploring movement and kinesiology; combining methods, techniques and cultures. She is also interested in examining the link between performing arts and literature works; transferring the characters from page to stage. Time function and memory are central poles in her research.