Phrases and drawings carved onto the walls of the 1941-44 underground Nazi detention facilities in Athens were transferred onto the above-ground "body" of the city
public space intervention/performance
On 26 March 2015, a series of ephemeral drawings were made along the usual route taken by demonstrations through the center of Athens. During a public space intervention/ performance that spanned seven hours phrases and drawings carved onto the walls of the underground Nazi detention facilities, currently Memorial Site 1941-1944 at 4 Korai Street in Athens, were transferred onto the above-ground "body" of the city.The starting point of the intervention was the location of the Memorial Site 1941-1944. The phrase "ENTRANCE 1/7/43, EXIT unknown" was written close to the entrance of the monument. The work ended across the Greek parliament with the words "I need water".