Medium: Archival Pigment Canson Platine Print
Year: 2015

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. "Catharsis" is the genesis piece, the real-world moment which sparked this long-term project. This post-dinner with my favorite uncle in a remote Grecian mountain valley cemented the notion smartphones have forever altered how generations converse. This realization hit home among tradition scattered about the table: hand-picked fruit from back-yard trees, locally-made cordials and wine, cracked walnuts—a coming-together of old and new. I reminisce about the warm and unabating laughter. 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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