Aristide Antonas, H ΑΘΗΝΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΟ ΚΕΝΟ, text in greek about the city of Athens and its conceptual structure as the capital of modern greece.
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A text in greek reporting some of this house’s thoughts. The house is described by drawings and photos here. It is presented in the Greek Biennale of architecture, Hellenic Institute of Architecture, Athens, Benaki museum, Pireos street, December 15 – January 20, 2007.
amphitheater house’s text [ in greek ]
the english version of separation trauma image & the Greek version of separation trauma image a text on the violence of separation and the tension between separation and the force of remembering, first published in a special edition for the show of Zafos Xagoraris “the arrow and the eye”, Athens, 2003.
Letter to the greek writer Pentzikis concerning the order of his texts in a library, published in the Greek newspaper Eleftherotipia, 2002.
short story the naked and the dressed, published in Greek, TA NEA newspaper, 2004.
The roof is a short story published in Greek, TA NEA newspaper in 2000 and also in the Catalogue for the Greek participation of the 2006 Venice Biennale, ed. Lois Papadopoulos, Ilias Constantopoulos.
Short story in Greek, published in newspaper TA NEA and reprinted in a Greek short stories collection, from publisher Metechmion, Athens, Greece, 2003.
published in French in Bernard Plossu’s, Passage par Athenes, 2006.
Why would someone choose to concentrate on the tone of this voice? Not so much because the moment of its enunciation is of special significance to the history of contemporary architecture, but rather because in Derrida’s oeuvre the question still remains open as to the moment when someone speaks in order to articulate an obstacle or to give an “end” to something which is being shaped. Actually, I would like to talk about a secret that has to do with the texture of the Derridaian decision. When, how and from whom do I draw the right to raise obstacles? At what moment am I entitled to seek an “end”? How intensely am I entitled to promote the rupture? And in order to explore the depth of this secret, I will concentrate on the Irvine voice; this voice could be offered as a paradigm which would be given by Derrida himself; indeed – as I will try to explain – this may have been a particular paradigm.