The exhibition’s title Critical Archives V: The Future Is Unwritten appropriates a popular phrase by Joe Strummer, member of the punk band The Clash. The question it raises is what kind of temporalities open up each time we view the concept of democracy as a tool for critiquing social reality. The multiple interpretations and uses…
Participation in the “OPEN STUDIOS”, Platforms Project Athens School of Fine Arts, October 2021 . .
D. Kechris, “Europe – medieval, grotesque, monstrous: a symphony in B-mol.”, Europe: the faces and the territory, MedPhoto Festival, KOLEKTIV8, Athens 2019 . .
Presentation at The Greek Foundation . .
Commenting on the discursive meanings of photography Interview | Velvet Eyes . .
In the exhibition CRITICAL ARCHIVES IV: Documents, visual documents dealing with social relationships and their transformation in time, their construction and spatialization, are placed within new contexts which explore their hermeneutical limits between the private and the public. Photography is seen here as an archiving instrument by default, as an a priori medium of recontextualization,…
Interview (in Greek) on the nature of images and their uses . .
Article (in Greek) on the meanings of images in different contexts . .
Article (in Greek) on Sebastião Salgado’s picture “The Gold Mine, Brazil” . .
The exhibition presents three works of art that focus on the different ways we “experience” the refugee/migration crisis from a certain distance, that of the observer, while exploring the problematic of the gaze. The different ways of seeing are integral to the social processes of defining and controlling the Other and are inherent to photography…