Ismini Gatou holds a MA in Cultural Management from Panteion University in Athens and a M.Sc. in Cultural Informatics from University of the Aegean. In her research, she focuses on theories regarding the city experience and the city soundscape. Her interest lies in the use of sound and the urban soundscape to emergence of a site, as defined in the theory of Heidegger and the phenomenological theory in general. Her research approaches issues regarding development and implementation of interactive digital applications and audio maps in order to create a different narrative. “5:6 landscapes of mytilene” is her dissertation work for the Master of Cultural Informatics program in 2014-2015, for which she received a scholarship of the Leventis Foundation.