Art action in a public place that attempts to capture interactively the random courses of the passers and visualize their routes as drawings on the ground. (Numismatic Museum, Athens, 2017)
The work constitutes an artistic intervention in a public space. The city environment is treated as a relational, interactive space, which is in a process of aesthetic reform through interactions that involve randomness, repetition and rhythm.
The work attempts to capture the random courses of the passers and visualize their routes as drawings on the ground. The ground is tranformed into a painting canvas in a continuous erase-redraw action performed by the random footsteps of the passers.
The work does not intend to reach a state of completeness but to be in a constant regeneration happening in real time in front of the eyes of the spectators. The keynotes for this work are the city, the public life and the artistic interventionism. The movement of passers creates the art work and gives it its final form.