THE PAST OF THINGS TO COME

Start date: April 20, 2018

End date: May 20, 2018

Location: A - DASH Project Space / Asklipiou 74 / 11471 Athens

 

 

Solo exhibition by Zoe Hatziyannaki

curated by Elina Axioti
 
Welcome to the opening on the 20th of April from 7.30PM to 11.00PM
 
Operating hours:
Wed, Thurs, Fri 6.00PM – 9.00PM
Sat 12.00PM – 4.00PM or by appointment.
Contact no. +30 6974837074
 
The Past of Things to Come is an installation about an alleged occupation of a building. Zoe Hatziyiannaki’s research is based on the study of elements that belong to unofficial urban legacies of everyday city narratives. She uses photography to create a critical and sarcastic narrative of a dystopic future by applying fictitious and real events.
 
The space is approached through a potential future archaeology. The visitors are invited to observe archive material consisting of photos, texts and video footage from surveillance cameras. The material concerns a room which appears to have served as a shelter in 2112 and its exterior surroundings. The work poses questions and redefines incessantly the relations of the private and the public, the outside and the inside, the local and the global, the past, the present and the future without leaving room for fixed or secure positions.
 
Zoe Hatziyannaki is a visual artist based in Athens. She holds a PhD from Goldsmiths College, University of London funded by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation. She has received a Jerwood Photography Award and her work has been exhibited and published in Greece and abroad including: Antikenmuseum Basel, The Showroom, Benaki Museum, Ileana Tounta Centre of Contemporary Art, Noorderlicht Photo Festival. She is a member of the Depression Era collective and one of the founders of A-DASH project space.
 
Special thanks to:
Evangelia Argyrou
Dimitris Mitropoulos
Eleni Saroglou
 
The catalogue of the exhibition: The Past of Things to Come was published by Cube Art Editions including texts by Elina Axioti and James Bridle.
 
More information about the exhibition is found here.
 
With the support of Neon and the Architecture Syndicate.