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Demosthenes Agrafiotis


THE ABECEDARY OF INO




Α!
Βοή
Γη
Δράση
Εχει
Ζωή
Ηβη
Θεάρεστη
(Ινώ)
Καταστροφή
Λευκή
Μαντήλι
Νωπό
Ξύπνημα
Ομορφιάς
Π όταση
Ρ
Στοιχήματος
Ταξίδι
Υφασμα
Φλοίσβος
Χάρη
υΨίστη
Ω!


  blAnche
      Beauté
    aCtion
      Donc
      Eternelle
      Fertilité
      Grâce
      Humide
     (Ino)
      Jubilation
      Knack
subLime
      Mouchoir
      Noué
      Oh !
      Pari
      Que    elle
      R
      Splendeur
      Terre
      Union
      Voyage
  wWw.i
    eXpress
   mYthe
      Zélé






A!
B    hubbub
Γ    earth
Δ    action
Ε    has
Ζ    life
Η    adolescence
Θ    loved by Gods
Ιno
Κ    catastrophy
Λ    white
Μ    handkerchief
Ν    fresh
Ξ    waking
Οf   beauty
Π    p
Ρ    rojection
Σ    wager
Τrip
Υ    textile
Φ    water lapping
Χ    grace
Ψ    highest
Ω!



                 A!
            huBbub
                 Clod
                 Does
                 Effect
              liFe
loved by Gods
        youtHful
                 Ιno
             inJury
       handKerchief
               bLood
                 Morning
     awakeNing
               lOvely
                 Proposes
                 Quick
       wageR
                Sails on
                Trip
         beaUtiful
                Voyage
                Wonderful
               eXotic
               hYpnotic
                 Zzzzzz


           A!
           Buzz
           Clump of earth
           Dreams
           Enjoys
         liFe
           Goodness
           Happy
           Ιno
           Jingles
  her Keys
           Lovely
           Morning
           New
           Op
           Portunity
 with Quaint
      paRasol
           Sails
to the Tropics
       boUntiful
           Voyage
           Waterfalls
          eXcellent
         hYenas
           Zebras





Author's Note: The French translation is by Michele Valley. The English translations are by Angelos Sakkis. Technical support is by the group fixers.gr. The objects in the visuals are by an as yet unnamed 3D printer.

Ino was, as mortal, a Queen of Thebes who, after her death and transformation, became the goddess Leucothea who later offered aid to Odysseus during his journey home.


Demosthenes Agrafiotis is active in the fields of poetry/painting/photography/intermedia/ installations and their interactions, with books of poetry and essays, and exhibitions of photography, paintings, drawings and installations, in both Greece and abroad. He has a special interest for the relations between art and new technologies, for multimedia or intermedia projects and also for performances.

His essays are dedicated to analysis of different forms of art as cultural phenomenon. He has participated in different type of artistic activities: publications, small press initiatives and mail - art / alternative - action art projects.

His anthology-formatted magazine ‘Clinamen’ (1980-90), co-published by Erato Publications in Athens (1991-94), has been active for over a decade as an amalgam of Greek poetry and art with work from Europe, Asia and America. 7 artists books were published based on 'Clinamen' (1980-1995). After 1996, ‘Clinamen’ is centered on production of artists books (18). 'Clinamen' on the web (2001-).

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