Pantone Green and a Glass of Lemonade

Pantone Green and a Glass of Lemonade is a workshop and temporary sculptural work that aims to provide a space where possible strategies for building and reconsidering the representation of objects will be explored. Pantone Green and a Glass of Lemonade is a collective process which will test, unfold and develop relationships amongst the participating ‘creators’ by inviting and involving the local community of Kypseli. Pantone Green and a Glass of Lemonade extends through both indoor and outdoor spaces, occupied by collections of objects: soapy walls of glass, piles of finely chopped leaves, squares of sieved soil, cuboids of sliced paper with flowers printed on them and a mountain of lemons. The workshop will explore different behavioural processes within society. Parts of a script/Invitation will be circulated in the preceding week to guide participants.
Opening:
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Project by:
Βασιλική Σηφοστρατουδάκη
Suport by:
Jessica Dunleavy, Snehta Residency
Under the auspices of:
EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture)

Pantone Green and a Glass of Lemonade is a work by Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki in collaboration with Jessica Dunleavy, supported by Snehta Residency and funded by EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture).

The workshop is organised in the context of the Arts for Social Development programme.For further details:
www.britishcouncil.gr
athens.eunic-online.eu
pantonegreen.blogspot.nl