In Hesiod’s “Theogony”, Via (Force), Kratos (the State – Authority – Strength), Zelos (Zeal) and Niki (Victory), are siblings.
One of the main concerns of visual artist Nikos Giavropoulos, curator of the “VIV XVII” exhibition, is Violence, as an everyday phenomenon. If life is the journey-adventure to the completion of man, violence, is the force used to obstruct journey. Seventeen visual artists, a writer, and a director provide valuable insight on the critical issue of violence. Cause, intent, and documentation, are the substances from which artists draw the material to create their work.
Thursday, June 8, 19:30
Performance: Aurore Marion
Text – Direction: Vana Pefani
Costumes: George Lyntzeris
Excerpt from the play, The Silk Women, by Vana Pefanis
Saturday, June 17, 20:30
Talk: Writer – poet George-Icaros Babassakis, will talks about violence with references to literature and the cinema.