2011. Greece. Four triptychs, four episodes. A cycle that through some views of a rugged landscape of the Attica's East Coast explores the relationship between Man/Civilization and Nature. Monoliths, unfinished constructions, modern Greek temples devoted to the god of concrete and left abandoned; the discovery of the use of Fire; the relationship with an environment to enslave and at the same time to protect from. Symbols of Man and traces of a forced coexistence evoke some stages of it.
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