Networks of Trust, ongoing
DIGITAL PRINTS ● DRAWINGS ● WEBSITE ● NODES ● IPFS ● VIDEO NARRATION ● FLAG ● MULTIMEDIA INSTALLATION
Edition of 3 + 2AP.
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Islands may seem closed off from the world, but they are also spaces of movement and relationality. For Kyriaki Goni, the island and insular existence combines isolation and connectivity in ways through which we can rethink the past, present, and future of networks. Referencing networks in the Aegean Sea from antiquity until today, Goni has devised a localized digital network of three nodes, one of which is presented within the exhibition installation. Visitors can use this node to share stories related to the possible future of networks, climate, and population movements. Using fiction as a method for community building, these Networks of Trust are accessible by proximity and indexed as cryptographic hashes on the website of the installation. The offline network is combined with technologies such as P2P and the Interplanetary File System (IPFS) for a distributed data storage resilient to potential censorship and control.
Kristofer Gansing, for the exhibition The Eternal Network at Transmediale2020
NETWORKS OF TRUST ESSAY SIXTYEIGHT ART INSTITUTE COPENHAGEN
SOLO EXHIBITION AT SIXTYEIGHT ART INSTITUTE COPENHAGEN
CHALLENGING INFRASTRUCTURES ESSAY
FACING THE FUTURE, CONNECTING THE PAST: KYRIAKI GONI’S TIME-BENDING NETWORKS INTERVIEW
FREEPORT.GLOBAL NEW NETWORKED NORMAL
LIVING NETWORKS PANEL, TRANSMEDIALE2019
DISTRIBUTED CRITIQUE - ON KYRIAKI GONI'S NETWORKS OF TRUST PODCAST
THIS RESEARCH HAS BEEN SUPPORTED BY THE NEW NEW FELLOWSHIP (SUPERRRLAB, BERTELSMANN STIFTUNG, AND ALLIANZ KULTURSTIFTUNG).
THE WORK WAS INITIATED BY A COMMISSION BY THE NEW NETWORKED NORMAL PARTNERS (NNN). A PARTNERSHIP PROJECT BY ABANDON NORMAL DEVICES (UK), CENTER DE CULTURA CONTEMPORÀNIA DE BARCELONA (CCCB) (ES), THE INFLUENCERS (ES),TRANSMEDIALE (DE) AND STRP (NL). THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN CO-FUNDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE CREATIVE EUROPE PROGRAM.