Dionisis Kavallieratos: Disoriented Dance

Dionisis Kavallieratos: Disoriented Dance


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The publication features installation photography, as well as essays by Dimitris
Daskalopoulos, NEON Founder; Elina Kountouri, NEON Director; Polina Kosmadaki, curator of
the exhibition; author Makis Malafekas; sociocultural anthropologist Konstantinos Kalantzis,
and an interview between Polina Kosmadaki and Dionisis Kavallieratos, further exploring the
themes and iconography of the exhibition.
City Project is an initiative for public art and the city, conceived and commissioned annually
by NEON to a Greek artist. NEON aims to activate public and historical places through
contemporary art, contributing to the interaction of art, society and the city.

Starting with the religious, physical, and socio-political connotations of the circular dance,
the 2020 NEON City Project, Disoriented dance / Misled planet comments on the importance
of community, companionship, friendship, laughter, gestures, and physical expression. Artist
Dionisis Kavallieratos staged in the emblematic Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre,
Disoriented dance / Misled planet was an in-situ installation of a circular dance of statues
that developed on the main stage at different heights and scales. The installation of about
40 sculptures was made of various materials, featuring a wide range of visual styles.

Publisher: NEON
Pages: 180
Material: softcover
Dimensions: 28 × 21 cm