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Biform at the Panopteseum

2020 

An interactive installation developed on site with materials and elements found in the space or sourced locally, for example oranges were in season covering the streets of Athens. The installation was prompted by preexisting architectural details of the A-DASH space and encounters the artist had in the city. The viewer had the opportunity to experience the space through an ASMR guided tour, encouraging physical interaction and emphasising the tactile qualities of the work.