Pegy Zali (born in Athens, 1983) studied Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens where she also completed a postgraduate program on Architectural Design-Space-Culture. She went on to further postgraduate studies on Curating Contemporary Art at Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery in London. She is now working on her doctorate thesis at the department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly with a grant from the State Scholarships Foundation. She is member of KERNEL art collective, of the research group Laboratory for the Urban Commons and of the artist duo DEPZ as well as the co-founder of the Nomadic Architecture Network. She has shown her work in solo exhibitions at the Union Pacific, SPACE, CASK and in group exhibitions and museums such as the New Museum in New York, Benaki Museum and National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens, Center of Contemporary Art Futura in Prague and Ontario College of Art & Design. She has also exhibited at ICA London, at the National Technical University of Athens, at the State of Concept, KAM Workshops and at the National Ηellenic Research Foundation.
KERNEL, As you said, things resist and things are resistant, 2018
KERNEL, Gefyra, 2016
KERNEL, Inputs Loops and Anchors, 2013
DEPZ, six and a half degrees of separation, 2017
The Hollowcene Man, 2018