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Snehta Residency

47, Drosopoulou Str., 11257 Athens Drive me

At the absence of a lake: a way of becoming

Admission: Free
Opening: 08.06.2021, 19:00

Opening times and by appointment:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 16:00-20:00

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Evgenia Ioannidou uses sculpture, video and text to explore personal stories -fictional or not- and structural features of houses and other architectures. Throught her work she attempts to unify disparate elements and objects displaced from their original context into the form of sculptural installations.
In her first solo exhibition at Snehta Ioannidou will create a work resembling a wooden floor made from ceramic in conjunction with a photographic series focusing on an already existing cement bridge here in Athens. Through the work she seeks to redefine the symbolic meaning of the bridge as a passageway, moving from one state to another; as an attempt to overcome and” to become”. The use of ceramic in her work connects the work to the methods of an archaeologist/conservator to fill the missing pieces from a displaced and fragmented object.
Evgenia Ioannidou graduated from Athens School of Fine Arts, 2020. Recent participation in group shows and collaborative projects, include: ASFA Degree Show, (Day’s residues). “Human Particles of the living sun”, Academy of Fine arts & Athens, (Sehenswürdigkeiten, 2019).“The
spirit of the stairs”, Ayios Nicolaos Municipality curated by Eleni Koukou and Theofilos Trampoulis (Crete, Greece, 2019). “Just before the interaction”, group pop up show.
The exhibition At the absence of a lake: a way of becoming by Evgenia Ioannidou is the first of the two selected exhibition proposals from the - WALKING BACKWARDS - open call 2021.
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measures concerning the Covid-19 epidemic.
*two people max allowed per time of visit

At the absence of a lake: a way of becoming