Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon
The title of the installation, Plasma, with its various meanings and etymological complexity, reflects the implications inherent in the work. From the Greek word plasma: “creature”, “something molded or created”, which comes from the verb plassein: “to mold or form”, with an Indo-European root meaning “to spread thin”. If in Modern Greek plasma is still used referring to a creature, but only imaginary, in the particular Cypriot dialect it is still commonly employed also to indicate a “person”, in a generic sense. In Greece, however, atom is the word taking this same role; a person, as an atom is essentially individual; that is, structurally indivisible.

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