For a book that makes us breathe

Art since 1900

Pillows are next to pillars

Next to books hooked on the sofa

The mate who gazes at me

These days is a big book like big bang

Art since 1900

Let’s go back to history

Whilst demonstrations with toxic dressing

Invite us to eat the city

Before being burnt

By the authorities

Greece is the neo epicenter

In 2008

This year of intercultural dialogue

Down the streets there is a journalist from Jakarta


A noisy name in a noisy Athens

With tear-gas everywhere

Next to him I meet also Indonesians

The most amazing part of the day is

This time

Unexpectedly international

Among teenagers, hooligans, retired people

Tear gas tells the kill story

Police do not refer to any difference

One size fits all

No purple perplexities

My sock in a hole is from the reverse side

While I have been wearing an angry claim

The hole laughs like a fountain

Of life in use

A foulard dog around looks backwards

Art since 1900

Knowledge is unexpectedly inspiring

Like the sock in the hole

It does not shock any more

When human rights are in danger

Because of the state

10th of December: Day of Human Rights

Art since 1900: Modernism, Antimodernism, Postmodernism by Hal Foster, Rosalind Krauss, Yve-Alain Bois and Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, New York and London, Thames & Hudson, 2004
Translated into Greek (translation: Ioulia Tsolakidou, preface and editing: Miltiadis Papanikolaou, editing of the Greek edition: Dimitra Asimakopoulou) in 2007: Epikentro publications


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