Kyriaki Goni is an artist based and was born in Athens. Through multimedia installations, she critically touches on questions of technology and society interaction, such as privacy and surveillance, control of information, networks and infrastructures, as well as human and other than human relationships. As part of her art and research practice, she collaborates frequently with scholars, researchers and scientists from various disciplines.
The latest solos were held at Onassis Stegi (2020), Drugo More/Gallerija Filodrammatica (2020) and Aksioma, Institute of Contemporary Art (2019). Recent group exhibitions include the 13th Shanghai Biennial, Modern Love at the Tallina Kusthalle and Museum für Neue Kunst Freiburg, the 5th Istanbul Design Biennale, the Transmediale in Berlin and the NGV Triennial in Melbourne. She has been the recipient of fellowships and prizes, such as INSPIRE 2020 by Metropolitan Organisation of Museums Thessaloniki. She is an ARTWORKS Stavros Niarchos fellow and a Delfina Foundation alumna.
Her works have been acquired by private collections in Greece and abroad. She is a graduate of Visual Arts (BA) and Digital Arts (MA) from the Athens School of Fine Arts (2015). Prior to that SHE obtained graduate and postgraduate degrees in Social Anthropology in Panteion University in Athens and in the University of Leiden, Netherlands.