Kyriaki Goni is an artist, who for ten years now engages with diverse media to explore the political, affective, and environmental dimensions of big tech. Her focus encompasses extractivism, surveillance, human and non-human relations, as well as alternative networks and infrastructures related to care and community. Employing websites, textiles, ceramics, drawings, videos, sound, and text, Goni's installations construct alternative ecosystems and shared experiences by bridging the local with the planetary and intertwining the fictional with the scientific.

Recent solo exhibitions have been showcased at The Breeder Gallery in Athens, the Blenheim Walk Gallery at Leeds Art University, Drugo More in Rijeka, SixtyEight Art Institute in Copenhagen, KVOST Art Collection Telekom in Berlin, Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, and Aksioma in Ljubljana.

Goni's work has also been featured in group exhibitions such as Art and Technology Biennial INDEX, Braga, 1.5 Degrees at Kunsthalle Mannheim, 2nd Warsaw Biennale, 8th Gherdeina Biennale, The New Digital Deal Ars Electronica, Modern Love at EMST, 24th Thessaloniki Photobiennale, 13th Shanghai Biennale, Transmediale2020, 5th Istanbul Design Biennial.

Goni has been commissioned from prestigious organizations such as the Shanghai Biennale, Gherdeina Biennale, Warsaw Biennale, Onassis Foundation, PCAI, Ars Electronica, and Art Collection Telekom. Her work has garnered recognition through prizes and fellowships from Allianz Kulturstiftung and Bertelmanns Stiftung, Ars Electronica and Telekom, as well as the Metropolitan Organization of Museums of Visual Arts of Thessaloniki, Greece, and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Her art is included in institutional and private collections.

In addition to her artistic pursuits, Goni frequently lectures, writes, and delivers talks. She holds a BA in Visual Arts and an MA in Digital Arts from the Athens School of Fine Arts. Prior to that, she pursued graduate and postgraduate degrees in Social and Cultural Anthropology in Athens and Leiden, Netherlands.

Full CV available on request.

Member of the Chamber of Fine Arts of Greece.

The Breeder
Athens, GR, March 2023
Drugo More
Rijeka, HR, February 2023
Blenheim Walk Gallery
Leeds, UK, January 2023
SixtyEight Art Institute
Copenhagen, DΚ, May 2022
Kunstverein Ost
Berlin, DE, April 2022
Onassis Cultural Centre 
Athens, GR, September 2020
Drugo more
Rijeka, HR, January, 2020
Aksioma Institute of Contemporary Art
Ljubljana, SLO, October 2019
iMAL, Brussels, BE
Galerie Nord, Berlin, DE
Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, ES
Microwave International New Media Arts Festival, Hong Kong, HK
Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, Taipei, TW
2nd Warsaw Biennale, Warsaw, PO
8th Gherdeina Biennale, Dolomites, IT
26th Art Athina, GR
24th PhotoBiennale, GR
62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival, GR
Ars Elecronica, Linz, AT
You and AI: Through the Algorithmic Lens, Rome, IT
Modern Love, Tallinn, EST
Modern Love, Utrecht, NL
You and AI: Through the Algorithmic Lens, Athens, GR
Bodies of Water, 13th Shanghai Biennale, CN
5th Istanbul Design Biennale, TU
Modern Love, Freiburg, DE
Polyeco Contemporary Art Initiative, online
Transmediale2020, Berlin, DE
Trondheim International Biennale for art & Technology, NO
The Glass Room, San Francisco, US
Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, MK
Art Space Pythagorion, Samos, GR
Tomorrows-Urban Fictions for Possible Futures, Le Lieu Unique
Digital Futures, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK
Athens National Observatory, GR
Oddstream, Arnhem, NL
Action Field Kodra, Thessaloniki, GR
Art Collection Telekom
Yerassimos Yiannopoulos Collection
Polyeco Contemporaty Art Initiative Collection
Private Collections
Onassis AiR, residency 2023
Allianz Kulturstiftung, Bertelmanns Stiftung, fellowship 2021
Ars Electronica & Art Collection Deutsche Telekom, residency 2021
LINZ FMR, residency 2021
INSPIRE, Metropolitan Organisation of Museums of Visual Arts of Thessaloniki, award 2020
Delfina Foundation, residency 2019
Artworks SNF, fellowship 2018
2th Warsaw Biennale, 2022
8th Gherdeina Biennale, 2022
13th Shanghai Biennale, 2021
Modern Love, Tallinna Kunstihoone & Museum fuer Neue Kunst, Freiburg 2021-22
Anthropocene on Hold, Polyeco Contemporary Art Initiative 2020
Data Garden, Onassis Foundation 2020
The New Networked Normal, Creative Europe, 2018