Akis Karanos' composition of two poor elements (butterfly wings, the once decorative framed piece in every 80's middle class house, a creepy trophy of our collective win over Tinkerbell and potatoes, the Eve's apples of the proletariat) toys with the notion of creation in late capitalism, where "fast" is always "furious" and success is in the eye of the beholder.
Ans Verdijk's magical composition is reminiscent of flatbed scans of waste easily found during a walk at the beach or in your back garden, hinting at the poetic element of consumerism and the extraordinary nature of the mundane
Daniel Vasconcelos creates a post-internet mech dream; an afterimage echoing every open tab glimpsed and scrolled faster than a blink
Don Elektro's post-internet/prelingual decomposition of unknown origin, direction or desire could easily be part of the blueprint for the temple of the truly needed- of the essential; or a super zoom-in at the last living cell of God; a bridge that links misconception and the absurd, enjoying not the ride but the bridge itself.
Natalia Janula's hybrid bioform is a beautiful blur that stands inbetween the body and the discarded, a Cronenbergish clickbait invitation to a dystopian dinner where the flowers are both a decoration and a threat and the new organic is recycled.
Scheisse's click preserves the significant, the warmth of the sun's reflection on the water - the fact that the moment matters, neither the frame or the resolution. It is the memory kept for when needed to be mentally overlayed city's puddles in the concrete.
Vasia Bakogianni's low polygon render captures the debris of the tower of Babel Tetris wall at the moment of their fall; the breaking of the Eucharistic bread of the Matrix code, the last gasp of your computer processor, both cryptic and signifying, much like the reinvention of your web browser history.
7 artworks - Installed in various exterior locations in and around the city of Preveza, GR - marking the Winter Solstice
Produced & curated by ΘΗΕΛΑ
Curatorial Assistance: Christos Nanos, e. T