Images of Dimitris Pikionis’s pavements around the Acropolis are still resonating within. My hands found a method to pave my way closer to the impressions: sellotaped drawings 12X21cm, pens and Japanese ink. Here are a few of about 60 collages. More about Dimitris Pikionis and Euclid
BE MY GUEST is a venue for others to share their art; I assemble between creators in my sitting room. On the Internet linear time and locality are not relevant. Therefore, Sappho and Orly Portal meet here in poetry and dance. I wish we had more of Sappho’s work with us today. So little is left. […]
I miss Kyoto shades. I miss Dimitris Pikionis’s pavements in Athens. I try to trace their memories while strolling in the small grove near my home. I archive them on the same shelf of my inner Alexandria Library.
Agora, Athens, 2012- on my way to visit Penelope and Odysseus.
I am back from Greece. With my love to the Mediterranean sea and cultures, my respect to the Phoenicians, memory of Ancient Alexandria Library – I was the second skipper on a small yacht. We read aloud sentences from the Odyssey, as if time did not pass. We were contemplating on all the Greek knowledge organized in Alexandria library- […]
Clio points out the beauty of the pavements as we are walking towards the Acropolis. The sun sets into to the Mediterranean sea. I find it a bit irritating to step on art. This is how I learn about Dimitris Pikionis. I discover endless compositions and mirrors. As I am on my journey to Ithaca, I notice Euclid’s triangles mingled with […]
Penelope writings, poem fragments were scattered on the island of Ithaca, 2012. A tribute to Clio, a muse. More here: Arriving at Ithaka Dinner with Penelope and Odysseus Envelope Returning home
כִּי תֵּצֵא בַּדֶּרֶךְ אֶל אִיתָקָה שְׁאַל כִּי תֶּאֱרַךְ דַּרְכְּךָ מְאֹד מְלֵאָה בְּהַרְפַּתְקָאוֹת, מְלֵאָה בְּדַעַת When you set out for Ithaka ask that your way be long, Σα βγεις στον πηγαιμό για την Ιθάκη, να εύχεσαι νάναι μακρύς ο δρόμος, γεμάτος περιπέτειες, γεμάτος γνώσεις. The first lines from Ithaka by Constantine P. Cavafy, in […]