Art Exhibition Prometheus 2.0 at Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Athens Greece
"Beginning with fire, as the archetypal symbol of civilization, the artists approach the subject matter, in search of contemporary, promethean figures and symbols of the Digital Era. The works present issues of revolution, liberation, self-punishment and self-destruction, knowledge and information overload.
Nicole Leventi, art historian (from the exhibition catalogue)
Please use the link to take a closer look at 'Man Standing, on a Column', the sculptural installation seen above.
Tragedy 2.0_Athens 2018. The research and cultural Program Tragedy 2.0 constitutes the first international collective exploration of the paradoxical encounter between Ancient Greek Tragedy and the Digital Era.
35 artists are taking part in the exhibition Prometheus 2.0 with works including paintings, photography, sculptures, installations, mixed media, and video art. Their approaches are such as: How does poetry meet technology? Is the development of techno-science liberating or limiting? Does high speed sharing of information assist in better communication and understanding? Is there a modern day Prometheus? If so, how would he impart knowledge and light? Is he bound? By who?
Part of ACN Culture Night and Athens 2018 World Book Capital - City of Athens
Organization / Production: Programme Ancient Drama: Interdisciplinary and Cross-art approaches co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the EU in the framework of Regional Operational Programme of "ATTIKA", 2014-2020
Curated by Calliope Liadi, artist, the Program's Artistic advisor.
Participating artists: Vassiliki Antonopoulou, Katerina Antonopoulou, Chrisa Valsamaki, Simis Gatenio,Nikos Giavropoulos, Dimitra Dimopoulou, Angeliki Douveri, Michalis Kallimopoulos, Evi Kalogiroupoulou, Natassa Kotsambassi, Maro Kouri, Dimitra Koutsteridou, Alexandros Maganiotis, Marina Maltezou, Andreas Maratos, Anastasis Panagis Meletis, , Eleni Mouzakiti, Nikos Moschos, Maria Bacha, Stratos Bichakis, Markos Blatsios, Ismini Bonatsou, Kostas Daflos, Angeliki Xirokosta, Nikos Papadimitriou, Aphrodite Papadouli, Maria Pastra, Marios Pavlou, Ada Petranaki, Maria Sevastaki, Foivos Sofikititis, Martha Tsiara, Voula Ferentinou, Theodore Chryssikos.
2 October, 2018 to 18 October, 2018