Kleoni Manoussakis studied Art and Design at Columbia College Chicago and received her Bachelor in Arts. She continued her studies at Tisch School of the Arts, department of New York University, and received her masters in Interactivity and New Media. Currently she is an a.pass participate, her research is an exploration on mythologies created around fertility questioning how these mythologies change in regards to science, both in what concerns the earth and the human body under the use of genetically modified seeds and eugenics. She is interested in the introduction of spaces for contemplation (a space can be a room, a seed, or a mental space) raising awareness on those changes by creating new ceremonies. By bringing the ceremonial process to the fore, her work proposes to create a place where intuition, mythology and technology can coexist. It aims for the creation of spaces and experiences where nature and culture are not divided, inviting the audience for an open interpretation of the event where through culture one experiences the power of his/her nature and vice versa.