Behind the open-air theatre of the Old Oil Mill in Eleusis, Andreas Lolis presents a large-scale sculpture installation that evokes an excavation in progress.
Acting as a threshold detector, Lolis discreetly intervenes in the existing ruins and the natural landscape.
He creates a sculpture environment that highlights the unpretentious, theatrical side of everyday life and spotlights physical sensations.
Visitors follow a short but meticulously planned route that takes them through seven scenes, or ‘stage sets’, in all of which human absence is a prominent feature.
They find themselves before material remains, forms frozen in time – a narrative puzzle they are invited to solve.