CATALOGUE – My mother’s silence


The edge of a piece of furniture, the dull light of a lamp shade, the luster of porcelain, the crystal liquor set, two apples in a fruit bowl, the medicine box of the elderly mother, her framed picture at a young age, this motionless time of silence… a speechless witness of an emotional engagement that nails its subject to the context that surrounds it. […] Only the camera lens can shape the existence of this world, can highlight its ob­ jective side. When the gaze is content in its topological downfall and semantic extinction.

[Apostolis Artinos]