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During the last months, I am thinking of ways to express my brain flashes through mindful action and to share them. Most of the thoughts are on Greece and how it could re-innovate itself. Not rebranding, because branding is based […]
Some months ago, when I just started my research around creative- cultural – social entrepreneurship and projects in this space, I got introduced to Project Nero and the organization behind, Meld, «an ongoing interactive global art platform and collaborative catalyst […]
Where Kifissos meets the sea – a hot and abandoned place between a harbor on one side and decomposing ship-wrecks on the other side – sometimes it’s possible to see man fishing in the water. Even people canoeing appear from time to time. Walking along the last couple of hundred meters through stones and trash, the division of the stream right at the mouth of the river attracted my attention.
When we first spoke about your practice, you told us that you never sketch or write when you visit a place, but rather depend solely on your senses; sight, smell, hearing, etc, and thus your memory. When you visited the area of Kifisou/Iera Odos, for example, it seems that you experienced a bit of sensory overload…the limited space, the loud passing cars, the heavy air… When you tap back into a memory, does it always come naturally, as if your senses become re-triggered or brought back to life, or do you ever struggle to remember?