Demetris Koilalous

Greece
www.demetriskoilalous.com

Was born in Athens;works as a freelance photographer since 1990,specialising in Portrait & Theatre Photography;has collaborated with many public & private organizations, central & local government institutions,museums,national & municipal theatres;his work has been published in many Greek magazines & newspapers.Since 2004 he teaches photography in private & public institutions.His works are found in private collections and in the collection of the Museum of Photography of Thessaloniki.His work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in festivals and galleries in Greece,France/Montpellier, Ireland,Australia,USA/ApertureSummerOpen/SantaFe, Malaysia,Wales,Georgia/KOLGA,Lithuania.

HETEROTOPIA

HETEROTOPIA looks at what has been achieved in Israel in the name of the Promised Land & raises questions about issues of culture,power & authority. Heterotopia is defined as the ‘other’ space:the reflection mirroring of an authentic,at the same time existent & fictional; an underlying layer beyond reality–an ultimate space of meaning behind the world of appearances and definitions.Fouceault’s Heterotopia is where utopia meets reality & refers to an allegorical space of underlying relationships of culture & power,beyond the physical & the conceptual levels.Heterotopia addresses the mechanisms through which the notions of power,identity & authority are incubated & reproduced in modern Israel

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