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Yesterday’s echo as tomorrow’s image

Admission: Free
Opening: 05.03.2020, 19:00
06.03.2020-11.04.2020

Wednesday-Friday: 14:00-20:00
Saturday: 12:00-16:00
temporarily closed until further notice

Add to calendar 2020:03:05 19:00:00 2020:04:11 23:52:00 Europe/Athens Yesterday’s echo as tomorrow’s image Yesterday’s echo as tomorrow’s image - More informations on /events/event/2875-yesterday-s-echo-as-tomorrow-s-image a.antonopoulou.art Nikos Arvanitis, Alexandros Psychoulis

The group exhibition curated by Nikos Arvanitis and Alexandros Psychoulis will open at a.antonopoulou.art on March 5th2020.

The exhibition presents works by four young emerging Greek female artists; it focuses on the relation between human being and the natural environment, and its extensions in perceptual and emotional level. The artists explore memory and imagination mechanisms; employ techniques of metaphor and myth, attempting to create new value and symbolic systems.

Myrto Vratsanou presents a diving chronicle, linking the vocabulary and metaphors of free-diving to experiencing digital space, attempting to negotiate concepts such as memory, digital and physical accumulation as well as the relationship between body, water, air, pressure, weight and object.

Eleni Zervou re-negotiates the human-nature dipole through a hunter-victim relation, examining the ontological and mythological properties of the wild element through archetypal symbolisms and formulations.

In Athina Kubaruli’s work collections of organic findings interweave sculptures and designs with everyday objects attempting to undermine human imposition on nature.

Elpida Fragkeskidou captures an imaginary underwater archaeological excavation and creates a sculptural environment by redefining the identity of the findings.