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Four Elements of Empedocles

Four Elements of Empedocles  are 4 video – poems of Demosthene Agrafiotis.

 
 

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Zerelia, Euxinoupolis – Thessaly, Greece,  Summer 2017

Residency at the House of Poetry – Semaphore festival | Brittany , FR

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26/02- 08/03/2018 ,  Demosthenes Agrafiotis, will be at Quimperle , Brittany in France, 

for an Art Residency at the Maison de la Poésie .

 

 02-07/03/2018, he will  participate  in  Semaphore Festival for Poetic Speech

contributing  in 3 events and 1 open discussion.

See festival’s program in French


[selfimages]: Self-portraits

Agrafiotis

 [selfimages]: Self-portaits

group show at Thessaloniki Museum of Photography

Demosthenes Agrafiotis  participation

moi phantomatique”// «εαυτός φαντασματικός»//”me phantomatic”

 

This work belongs to a series of photographic projects such as «moi,me εγώ-εμένα”, «εικόνα εαυτού», «εγώ-εμένα-εαυτόν», «βιο-φωτο-(α)γραφίες»,”bio-phauto-(a)graphies” ,  ”phauto-bio-a-graphies “, that date back to 1970’s.  

{

Moi   moimoimoi       mememe  me    εγωεγωεγωεγωεγω

Μοimoimoimoi          me meme                 εγωεγωεγω

Moi   moi                     mememe           εγωεγωεγω

Moi                               me                      εγωεγω

moi                               me                                        

                                                                                                               }

{ Polaroid photographs recomposed and photographed.*[2012-2017].}


Exhibition link

 


(gr) Ποίημα “υπό περιορισμόν” | TESTE, no 29

 Sorry, this entry is available only in In French and in Greek

January 2018

Wishes 2018

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PEACEFUL 2018 !!!


(gr) Δεκέμβριος 2017

(gr) Βιβλιοκριτική: Monogatari II @ Ο Αναγνώστης

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December 2017

Il n’y a pas d’amour heureux @ Lensculture

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The photography project “Il n’y a pas d’amour heureux” by Demosthenes Agrafiotis has been published on lensculture.com, one of the most authoritative resources for contemporary photography.