September 30, 2023


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“Odysseus’ Clepsydra” by Photographer Makis Makris

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A placing visible narrative impressed by Homer’s The Odyssey by photographer Makis Makris. Born and based mostly in Kavala, Greece, “Odysseus’ Clepsydra” is an assemblage of fragments derived from candid pictures, archival supplies, and chosen scenes from assorted tv broadcasts. The challenge seeks to visualise the inside turmoil and emotional transitions that happen throughout a troublesome and precarious journey into the world. Particularly whereby one’s goals and wishes are consistently working up towards a way of worry and unease not only for what has occurred up to now however what’s but to come back:

“The objectives we set on the daybreak of our lives are sometimes succeeded by surprising twists and frustrations, as years flip into an incessant battle for survival. Nonetheless, the Time we’re left with is teeming with the hope of restoration of our psychological steadiness, in order that we’re finally led to redemption. At midnight and chaos governing our life I imagine there’s hope, a light-weight, which although not essentially shiny, can nonetheless present us the way in which, ought to we let it. Be that as it could, have been it not for darkness, how might we worship gentle..?”

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