Kyriaki Goni is a visual artist, creative technologist and researcher. After studying Visual Anthropology at Panteion University (BA) and at Leiden University (MA), she completed graduate and postgraduate studies in Visual Arts and Digital Media at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Believing that artistic practice is a form of research, she explores the use of computational and traditional media seeking to overcome a separation of art forms and genres for an integrated artistic approach. Her work reflects on subjects such as big data, datafied self, privacy and oblivion, the relationship and interaction between human and machine. She mainly uses free and open source software in her projects. She presents her work in exhibitions and interdisciplinary symposiums (ISEA, ADAF, ΧARTS etc.), while her interactive projections are featured in plays and live shows in Greece and abroad. Kyriaki is the co-founder of the design and research studio visualcortex that uses computational media to create bespoke interactive installations and projections that augment live performances and spaces.