Carolyn Tripp of Akin Lansdowne will be joining a team of Canadian and International media artists at the Ed Video booth at this year's Art-Athina event in Athens Greece happening May 26-29, 2016.
Launched in 1993 by the Hellenic Art Galleries Association, Art-Athina stands today as one of the longest lasting contemporary art fairs in Europe and as the largest annual visual arts event in Greece. A meeting point for international artistic creation, Art-Athina brings together significant Greek and international art galleries, cultural institutions, curators, collectors, art critics and art lovers. Ed Video is excited to showcase a selection of recent media art to a large, international audience of over 40,000 people.
The Ed Video booth, curated by Scott McGovern, will be displaying video work by Iris Fraser & David Hanes, Adriana Martinez, Sam Noseworthy, Zachariah Tatham, Zouassi as well as Carolyn Tripp. Displayed on flatscreens, these videos redefine how we think about time and space, at once shrinking and expanding our perception of the world and our reality. Presented together, the work suggests that time and space are flexible concepts without much influence on how people can relate to each other and with progressive ideas.