Phoebe Giannisi: FROM THE GOAT TO THE CICADA - Platonic Works+Days
Updated: 11-07-2016 15:23
Opening: 21-07-2016 11:00

Date: Julu 21, 2016
Venue: Delphi
Hour: 11:00
Free admission



From the Goat to the Cicada : Platonic Works + Days

A performative walk / lecture by Phoebe Giannisi


Curated by the Milena principle - "Made of Walking"


To follow goat paths and find the cicadas. To desire. To sit or better lay down in a tree shadow. To drink. To hear to discuss and sing a song to be echoed in the cicada's house.



Phoebe Giannisi

Phoebe Giannisi. Born in Athens. Poet. Architect (NTU Athens). PhD on Archaic Greek Poetics- Poetry and Architecture (Universite Lyon II- Lumière). Associate Professor, School of Architecture, University of Thessaly.

Lives in Volos, Greece.

Her work lies at the border between poetry, performance, theory, and installation, investigating the connections between language, voice, and writing with body, place, and memory.

Selected group exhibitions include Guggenheim New York (2013), the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark (2011), Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest (2010), the Lyon Biennale (2009).

In 2010 she was co-curator for the Greek Pavilion of the 12th International Architecture Exhibition (La Biennale di Venezia) (greek ark).

In 2012-13, her poetic video/sound installation, TETTIX, was exhibited at the Museum of National Art (EMST), Athens. 

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