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Marina Gioti


Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 12:0 | Grèce | 2014

A collection of visual evidence from an Athens of the near future devoid of humans. Its inhabitants have mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind a tableau mourant of concrete, metal and plastic coexisting with with glorious marble and the local flora and fauna. Part science fiction, part archaeological mystery, the work offers a picturesque expedition of the new Greek ruins, through an apposition of findings that serve as hints for the fate of the film’s elusive protagonists, the -conspicuous by absence- Athenians.

Marina Gioti is a filmmaker/ visual artist based in Athens, Greece. She studied Chemical Engineering, Environmental Management (MSc), Filmmaking, and Media and Communication (MA) in Greece, UK and Belgium. Her films and installations have been screened and exhibited worldwide at both international film festivals (Toronto IFF, Transmediale, Jeonju, Viennale,Les Rencontres Internationales, etc.) and museums/ visual art platforms [Thessaloniki Biennial, Wrocklaw Media Art Biennial (Poland), the Whitechapel Gallery (London), Bozar (Βrussels)]. She is currently in post-production of her first feature, “The Invisible Hands”, a documentary set in Cairo, Egypt.