Kyriaki Goni (Greece) in her work focuses on the relations and interactions between technology and society. Through extended mixed-media installations and narration she investigates subjects such as the power of information, perception and construction of the self, memory, oblivion and death. Kyriaki’s practice also includes workshops, talks, writings and presentations.

During her residency at Delfina, Kyriaki in addition to visiting a wide range of exhibitions, attending lectures and artists talks, and meeting peers and curators based in the UK, intends to deepen her investigations into Artificial Intelligence through making connections with those working on this field in preparation for future works.

Kyriaki has presented her work internationally, including at Transmediale, Triennial Melbourne, Athens Biennial, IMPAKT, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, and Onassis Cultural Centre. She holds a BA Hons. in Visual Arts, an MA in Digital Arts from the Athens School of Fine Arts, and has completed graduate studies on Social Anthropology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences in Athens, aswell as postgraduate studies on Visual Anthropology at Leiden University.

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Season 1


Autumn 2019

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