Saturday 14 May
Tavros Μetro station
On May 14th 2022, for one day only, Campus Novel in collaboration with Katerina Konstantinou will activate TAVROS and transform it into a place of dialogue and interaction – a place to host thought-provoking exchanges, diverse engagements, and different perspectives among visual artists, architects, cultural theorists and social scientists. This one-day event is part of the research-based project, ad interim/ Tracing relativities from monument to territory.
Ad interim is a participatory research project focusing on the Corinth Canal. This research has been carried out over more than a year with the aim of providing a de-codification of the ways in which we determine and differentiate monuments and territories. The Corinth Canal (as a case study) stands somewhere between its monumental status and our understanding of it as a territory.
ad interim attempts to explore and juxtapose the multiplicity of meanings and values of the landscape of the Canal, pointing out its transition from a man-made landform to a landmark, from a navigational route to its monumental status. Through a collaborative network of inventive inputs, methodologies, interpretive approaches and on-site practices ad interim uses a multimodal form of artistic research.
ad interim/ Tracing relativities from monument to territory is organized by Campus Novel and Modal Public Heritage Lab.
Read the booklet in Greek, here.