SOME SEINE at Ύλη[matter]HYLE / Athens


Pireos street 1, Athens
2nd fl. #7

Some Seine will begin at moonrise on the last Friday of the year, and it will end at moonset the following night, on the final Saturday. It can be thought of as a selection of hours, or rooms,infested by wild weather. Domesticated wetness will be brewing in sequence, inside the window and below the ceiling. Heat will be collecting inside the visitors' lungs to cure known, and unknown fears. Through a number, she will relay her monologue presence, and we will hear her everywhere.Wind will blow, but the hybernating leaves on the balconies outside will remain still, or recline indifferently on the railing.  

All weathers by Iris Touliatou
Voice by Natasha Papadopoulou
Winds by Dimitris Papadatos
Letter (Little Jeane) by Maya Tounta
During Exhibition Hours, you can visit the exhibition or call the exhibition at +306948874575. 
She will answer. Voice by Natasha Papadopoulou. 

Photos by Stathis Mamalakis, Petros Chytiris and Harrie Kourkoulis.

Iris Touliatou (b. 1981, in Athens, GR) engages in an interdisciplinary practice, composing and decomposing narratives, objects, and bodies through subtle alchemical operations. Her work employs raw materials such as air, glass, rubber or seawater to aromatic compounds, fuels, plastics, and pharmaceutical goods, forming symbiotic relationships, formulas and interactions within natural and technological environments. She has received the FUTURE OF EUROPE award in 2012, the UNESCO ASCHBERG grant in 2014, and has been artist in residence in several
international research programs (Casa Wabi Foundation, MX / Pavillon, Palais de Tokyo, FR ). Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions at the GFZK, Leipzig Museum of Contemporary Art, DE, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR, Centro de Arte Alcobendas, ES, Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens, GR, Kronika Gallery, Bytom, PL, Fondation Ricard , Paris, FR, La Galerie, Centre d’art contemporain, Noisy le Sec, FR, EMST, Museum of contemporary art, Athens, GR. She is currently based in Athens, GR.