Konstantina Ntinapogia was born in Athens, Greece in 1996. She is currently working as a professional dancer at the Municipal & Regional Theatre of Patras. From 2021 to April 2023, she is an active member of the Educational Program "Intercultural Dance" of the National Opera of Greece. In 2019 she received her BA in dance, choreography and teaching and at the same time was certified in drama therapy by the Athens Opera Conservatory. In 2020 she received her BA from the Department of Theater Studies of the University of Patras and moved to Porto, Portugal where she studied choreography and performance from Companhia Instavel. There, she choreographed and performed (Aceitar, Vivaldi, Self Portrait as well as the documentary #COVereD20 selected by the Space Transcribers team for the exhibition Be my Quarantine at the Museum Nogueira da Silva, Braga Portugal. In July 2020, under the auspices of the municipality OPANDA of Athens, Konstantina choreographed the dance theater "404 Permission Not Found" for the Open Theater of Colonus and participated as a performer in Back to Normality by the choreographer/director Olga Spyrakis for the Patras International Festival. In 2021, she develops #COVereD by choreographing 10 artists from Greece and Portugal, winning the "2nd place/Silver" prize at the Film Olympiad world competition. This collective video dance work travels to festivals: AVDP12, Cine AB/Technopolis of Athens, Cine Kalisperitis/Kimolistes Volunteer Company and Petit Paris d'Athenes. Presenting the duet "Ypo|Moni" at the 1st Patras Art Festival (PAF1) and the "Corona Party" at PAF2. The performance "chrOMO SAPIENS" was selected among the good practices against xenophobia and was presented at Exhibition "Art & Culture against Xenophobia" in Athens and Ås, Norway.