FEB 24 – 26

Opening friday 24th – 19:00-22:00 

Saturday 25th – 14:00 – 19:00

Sunday 26th – 14:00 – 19:00

“Being, written in stone” is a project that explores the relations between human-stones-machine

through memory. The project aims to question our position in the world as entities, human and

non-human, and to suggest and imagine ways to create intertwined worlds. What memory can be,

from the perspective of a stone? How can we reflect on each other’s memories, human and non

human?

We exist within this world with others, humans and non humans. Nevertheless our existence is

predominant in relation to objects, we act on them constantly rather than them acting on us. They

behave based on our actions. This is putting us in the center of things and everything exists through

our scope. Taking this view on this, creates boundaries between us, hierarchies in existence that

create distinctions. Thus the question is how can we instead create relations with them, in a way that

we equally existing with, dying with, thinking with? Shifting the focus of attention from humans and

coexisting in a symbiotic relation.

About the Artists: 

Marios Leandros Basteas’s work is focusing on spatial installations combining different techniques: sculpture, printmaking, painting, digital arts, and photography. He creates connections between everyday elements and dystopian atmospheres (and reversed), thus familiarsubjects become the primary challenge for the viewer.

Anna Phaenarete Lioka work is focusing on human and non-human relations through new technologies. Her work involves sound installations and sculptures and other media as well.Her work is questioning our position in the world and how we engage and reflect on other objects and non-human entities, creating links and dialogue with each other.