09/10/2016 - 23/10/2016
Former Hospital of Amfissa and Archaeological Museum of Dephi
Former Hospital of Amfissa | Daily, 18.00 – 22.00
Delphi Archaeological Museum | Daily, 8.00 – 20.00
Saturday, October 8, 20.00 (Former Hospital of Amfissa)
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Curated | Niki Papaspirou, Kostas Christopoulos
In the identity formation process the concept of loss is a determining factor. Drawing on art’s multiformity and diversity, the exhibition aims to investigate the reshaping of identity as well as the manifestations of its loss.
Identifying Loss is an incomplete record of a series of efforts towards the safeguarding from oblivion of clues and traces, places and faces; an unfinished series of affirmations in the selectivity of memory; a not-yet-complete juxtaposition of contemporary art works, which resist wear and confront instability by drawing attention to it, works of art that discern the formation of identity through loss itself.
Participating artists | Ianthi Aggelioglou, Chrysa Valsamaki, Christos Venetis, Lydia Dambassina, Anastasia Douka, Dimitris Efeoglou, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos, Yiannis Theodoropoulos, Alexandros Kaklamanos, Sophia Kanaki, Dimitris Katsoudas, Maria Loizidou, Despina Meimaroglou, Yiannis Michailidis, Vicky Betsou, Photini Papahatzi, Fotis Raftopoulos, Kyrillos Sarris, Sophia Simaki, Eva Stefani, Nikos Tranos, Panos Charalambous, George Harvalias, George Hadjimichalis, Zoe Chounta
For the seventh consecutive year, The Symptom Projects presents its exhibition programme of 2016 to take place in Amfissa and Delphi. “Identifying Loss” curated by Niki Papaspirou and Kostas Christopoulos opens on Saturday the 8th of October. Lizzie Calligas’s photography exhibition “Creasing a Breath” curated by Apostolis Artinos opens on Friday the 7th of October.
Former Hospital of Amfissa
12 Ypolohagou Gatou st & Athanasiou Dimitra st
& Archaeological Museum of Dephi
Ipolochagou Gatou 12, Amfissa 331 00, Greece
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