A cyber-eco-feminist goat path: Towards West Attica my Hometown

A cyber-eco-feminist goat path: Towards West Attica my Hometown is the narration of five peripheral stories in a route from Athens to West Attica through the poiesis of a digital landscape.

The landscape stands as a crude digital experience between the notion of gamification and the theory of the Dérive. Without a clear plot, the player is able to stroll around a heterotopian version of the Athenian periphery during the summer heatwaves. 

Placing ourselves under the scorching sun of our proximity, we sampled the landmarks using 3d photogrammetry tactics. Digging ourselves into slam poetry we visually crafted our artifacts using A.I. generators. Filling ourselves vocally we performed our home using synthetic sound textures. 

By the articulation of a digital landscape the desire is to introduce novel forms of anticipatory spatial counter-narratives while exploring the possibilities of online site-specificity on a global scale.


PUBLISHING HOUSE Laboratory for the Urban Commons, Athens

LANGUAGE English, Chinese, Greek

TEXT Pegy Zali together with Danai Anagnostou, Dora Economou, Xenia Kalpaktsoglou, Panayotis Lianos, Sofoklis Koutsourelis, Anna Michopoulou, Lysimachos Polychronidis, Peggy Xekouki, Meri Zali and Despina Zefkili.

PROJECT  [Sofoklis Koutsourelis, Panayotis Lianos, Pegy Zali]*

DESIGN Vasileios Gkountinas



SUPPORTED BY  Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, The Foundation for Arts Initiatives

ISBN 978-618-85684-2-6

The publication is part of the project A cyber-eco-feminist goat path: Towards West Attica my Hometown by [Sofoklis Koutsourelis, Panayotis Lianos and Pegy Zali] first exhibited at the Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, 2022

*[Sofoklis Koutsourelis, Panayotis Lianos, Pegy Zali] are architects and artists based in Athens. Encountering with the group's internal resilience but also for our collaborators and viewers, the brackets [] enclose the fluidity of the team’s composition via encompassing the persons contributing to each project. By elaborating on our internal differences we render each time a new whole. The process of co-creation is perceived as a tool for sabotaging individualism, a strategy that  deviates one‘s volition. 

Using as a compass the gathering of difference, we practice artistic research and collective creation by developing common visions of togetherness.

With the support of Foundation for Arts Initiatives (FfAi) and the Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, 2022