No Man’s Land series is related to the influence of time in the urban landscapes. The series includes a sculpture, a video documentation presented at Acropolis at the Bottom exhibition (2018) at ASFA, Athens, and the environment / installation On The First Day, that was presented at the Mulhouse Biennale, in France (2017).
The narrative created through the elements focuses on the use of vandalism in abandoned or damaged houses - in the dismantling of walls in the urban landscape. Using as a metaphor the human need to create and occupy or conquer new spaces, the project focuses on the dialectic that exists between the boundaries of a non-residential property.
On The First Day / 2017 / spray paint on wood, plants, soil, collage, video projection, wall piece
The installation On the First Day was presented at the Mulhouse Biennale, France. It follows the No Man’s Land series and is related to the influence of time in the urban landscapes.
installation view at Biennale "Mulhouse 017", Mulhouse (FR)
No man's land / 2016 / Brussels (BE) / video 00:07’:12’
Inevitable Ending / 2016 / spray paint on wall part