aliki eco project – act I
A proposal of ecological conscience that is approached collectively by the art community. The project includes collection of waste-garbage that exists in the area of Aliki and Aigio Wetland and is creatively approached by the group of artists on the notion of the violent change of the landscape due to human activity. It is an exploration of this project’s ecological dimension, with the object of images that reveal the human footprint in the landscape, which is changing rapidly.
aliki eco project – act II
The authoritarian relationship of man to the environment, especially in recent years, inspired the previous symbolic action – intervention on the island of Fleves, which administratively belongs to the municipality of Vari – Voula – Vouliagmeni, and the cleaning of a certain beach from waste transported there by sea, with the aim of utilizing them for the creation of works of art.
The material that society uses and rejects is transformed in the privacy of the ateliers of the creators and return to the public space as works of contemporary art.
The purpose of the intervention has a symbolic character inspired by the name Nature Morte (Still Life) which refers to still life as an extension of human actions.
aliki eco project – act IIΙ
tidal flow art participates for a second consecutive year at the Platforms Project with Aliki eco project.
The objective of Platforms Project is to map artistic action as it is produced in the context of collective initiatives by artists who decide to join forces in seeking answers to artistic questions by creating the so-called platforms.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown Platforms Project will be presented to the art loving national and international audience through the Platforms Project Net.
This new experience will be accessible to virtual visitors through https://platformsproject.com/
The presentation of tidal flow art’s Aliki eco project project in collaboration with ΔΗΚΕΠΑ, that was planned for the 22th of March – 5 of April 2020 is indefinitely postponed due to the Covid 19 pandemic lockdown.