Looooong, a sidewalk/ borrows the style of product photography to package the construction site of ARCH's new space. Set up as a timeline extending in length and on top of its own self, it consists of a number of fragments of works, objects and reproductions of works captured in a state of work and play. Flattened through their doubling and tripling these fragments are further removed from how they initially came into being by manual, analog and digital processes, ensuring that a direct experience of them remains in the realm of impossibility.
Aliki Panagiotopoulou (b. 1982) lives and works in Athens, Greece. She works across a variety of media (drawing, photography, film, text, ceramics and objects of everyday use) which she then assembles into precarious arrangements. Recent exhibitions include Drawers, Radio Athènes, Athens (2018); 4 poems, Festival de l’histoire de l’art, Fontainebleau (2018); Looooong, a sidewalk/, ARCH, Athens (2018); All: Collected Voices open recording #5, Radio Athènes, Athens (2017) and The Equilibrists, DESTE Foundation – New Museum – Benaki Museum, Athens (2016)