Kyriaki Goni is an artist born and based in Athens. Working across disciplines and technologies, she creates expanded, multi-layered installations. She connects the local with the global by critically examining questions of surveillance, distributed networks and infrastructures, ecosystems, as well as human and other than human relations. Her work has been presented in solo and group shows at Aksioma (SI), The Onassis Foundation (US), Transmediale (DE), Trondheim Biennial (NO), Glass Room (US) and Melbourne Triennial (AU), among others. She is a Delfina Foundation alumna (2019) and an Artworks fellow (2018). She writes (Leonardo MIT; 49:4, Neural #65 etc.) and teaches frequently as part of her practice. With prior graduate studies in Fine Arts, Goni also holds an MA in Digital Arts and an MSc in Cultural Anthropology.