Bittersweet Inevitable

Medium: Archival Pigment Canson Platine Print
Year: 2016

This photograph belongs to the series "Conversations." Evoking Dutch still-life as inspiration, these beautiful, contemporary tabletops contemplate technology's implications upon human interaction and memory. Shared meals with friends and family throughout Europe and America celebrate intimacy and culture in today’s frenetic, always-connected lifestyle. This meal was notable in that it marks the realized moment one's parents have capitulated to technology. With a time-difference of several hours (US-Europe), electronic wishes for Greek Easter continued chiming in throughout this early brunch. That certainly doesn't alter the traditional dishes, vibrant colors, and associated textures. Christos is a 1st-gen Greek-American fine-artist whose photographs probe themes of socioeconomics, culture, history, and architecture. As strong symbolic sparks in a frenetic 21st-century tangle, his creative intrigue is informed by identity, connection, nostalgia, and isolation.

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Bittersweet Inevitable Christos J. Palios
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