Object Int’l —

An ‘Isla’ embodies a new, yet transformed area. Where all systems are the result of socio-ecological disaster. Those who reach the island are in fact survivors of the wreckage, be it physical, ecological or cultural. Their dysfunctional remains are the basis for the creation of islands, which are themselves the result of a process of adaptation by the exiles, of separation from civilisation with its legal system, and of phenomena such as climate catastrophe, technological overdevelopment, moral relativism, sociological and urban problems.


... a place where

in collaboration with Ruby Reding
Poetic Terrain, Victoria Square Projects, Athens

By the symbolic creation of the temporary furniture ap - peared the reference to the Ruby Reding poem and about local issues concerning street dwelling. How to inhabit a public space ? How do we recognize space to live ? A container to keep something in. How can living spaces be seen as a sanctuary for our body if we are still threatened by a precarious situation and many people are still living on the street ? It is the scenery of our lives, these places that are steeped in history and are haunted by layers of life like archaeolog - ical sites