Kyriaki Goni (Athens, GR) works across media exploring the political, affective and environmental aspects of technology. She focuses on extractivism, surveillance, human and other-than-human relations, decentralized networks. Her installations build alternative ecosystems and shared experiences by connecting the local with the planetary, the fictional with the scientific. Solo exhibitions include Drugo More, Rijeka (2023); Blenheim Walk Gallery, Leeds (2023); SixtyEight, Copenhagen (2022); KunstvereinOst, Berlin (2022); Onassis, Athens (2020); Aksioma, Ljubljana (2019). Group shows include EMST; Athens (2023), Taiwan Contemporary CultureLab (2022), Hong Kong New Media Arts (2022), Gherdeina Biennale (2022), Warsaw Biennale (2022), Shanghai Biennale (2021), ArsElectronica (2021), Transmediale (2020), Istanbul Design Biennale (2020), Trondheim Biennale (2020) etc. Goni was a fellow at ArsElectronica ArtScience Residency (2021), The NewNew (2021), Delfina Foundation (2019). Her work is held in private and institutional collections and featured in journals, HumaniTies and AI, (2022), Leonardo MIT. She holds a Fine (BA) and Digital Arts (MA), Social and Cultural Anthropology (BA, MSc).