Fallen dominoes of concrete plaques end up crushing a chair down to the floor.
The chair was found in an abandoned neo-Classical building of Athens.
The neighboring modern buildings built from concrete blocks take violently the space around them suffocating the abandoned house which once breathed modestly the air of the area.
The sculpture is a symbolic representation of the relationship between modern urban practices and the architectural heritage of the metropolitan centre of Greece.
It questions the place and the recognition on the historical Buildings in urban space, the relation between tradition, history and the contemporary world.
Material: Plaques of concrete, wooden chair of the 60’s
Dimensions: 45 x 30 x 115 cm