Through the use of basic colors and designs, which resemble organic materials such as wood, the artist creates images that twist and deconstruct the objects.
Lazaridou uses photography to link images of the world and particularly of cities with the idea of power and authority. Her relationship with the image is dialectical and serves as a personal shelter.
Mouzakitou's works feature sculptural images of the seabed using real or polyester made fish that create three-dimensional aquariums.
Antonis Michailidis is an exceptionally distinctive artist. His language of expression is characterized by an intense narrative that encapsulates powerful elements of symbolism and twists that lead to a hearty, liberating sense of humor. The artist makes up short stories full of enchanting myths as is the case in this particular work that is featured as an archeological find for which Michailidis has created a narrative.