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Aemilia Papaphilippou

The Onassis Foundation scholarship holder Aemilia Papaphilippou participated in the international program of creative hospitality for artists, Art Colony Galichnik, in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, with the support of the Greek Ministry of Culture.

The program provided hospitality to nine artists from eight countries for a period of ten days, and closed with the group exhibition entitled "Cultural Identities and Cultural Globalism”, shown at the Skopje National Gallery in June 2007. Aemilia Papaphilippou participated with a series of videos and photographic prints under the general title Faos, a word relating referring both to light (fos in Greek) and chaos (haos in Greek). The photographic work, bearing the additional title "Tarot Deck" is printed on a reflective material, creating the impression of eluding liquid mercury since light is not only depicted but also reflected.

Her work was presented in December 2007, in the context of the exhibition entitled “Visual Arts in Greece II”, organized by the State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessalonica and curated by Haris Kambouridis. The scholarship holder also participated in the project “Uncommon Ground”, Harlech 8th Biennale, International Art Residency, Wales. The artist’s two creations focus on the grass and moss of the area. Exposed to Harlech’s landscape, the creations are finally decomposed by the natural elements and the materials used, return to the earth from which they originated.