Due to the ongoing pandemic, all performance dates are subject to change.
Weaving together the energy of magnetic fields, sun and air, clear skies and the magic of sound in his work, Takis has been at the forefront of avant-garde European artists from the 1960s to the present. Three well-known pieces of the artist will be exhibited at the courtyard of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, in collaboration with the Takis Foundation - Research Center for the Art & the Sciences, inviting visitors to listen closely to this ‘dialogue’ between primal movement, sound and the Attica landscape: Aeolian (1984 & 1989) and the imposing Gong (1984), which visitors will be able to sound, harking back to those times when the sound of the gong used to mark the beginning of the Odeon performances.
A gesture full of meaning, which sheds light to the significance of the Roman Odeon as a ‘total work of art’, largely identified with the Athens Festival.
As part of the Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2020. A gesture full of meaning, which sheds light to the significance of the Roman Odeon as a ‘total work of art’, largely identified with the Festival
To be announced.