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    Chrysostomos Papachristou

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    Olga Borzęcka

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    Theofano Katomoniati

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    • Philip Fritzartist homepage

    Baroque statues revisited, an interesting break in style between baroque and modern.

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    • Nadzeya Dubikartist homepage

    Wait a moment. How do you feel now? What do you want? What are your problems trying to tell you? Are you happy now? I would like to show people how important it is to seize the day, to feel, to love.

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    • Manuel Bayerartist homepage

    By humanising the suffering and agony of marine animals the issue of plastic waste in the ocean is underlined. The images are set in such a way so that the suffering, the fear and the pain are felt by the viewer. If the audience wastes a thought on how to make the world a better place then the goal of the art piece is achieved.

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    • Mathias Juvan

    The Art piece Death and Rebirth represents and describes the pushback of Nature, where modern cities thrive. Now, because of global warming, we desperately try to bring down temperatures in densely populated areas by planting trees in different places. The burst open Asphalt signalizes the growth of nature reclaiming space. The lanterns hanging from the tree's branches show a reference to chinese lampions, which are a sign of death (white) and rebirth (red). The old tree itself has no leaves but still looks alive and is another form of symbolism for death and life.

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    • Theofano Katomoniatiartist homepage

    The angel as a symbol of protection, a hug for immigrants and refugees who need to be included in the new societies. The angel’s body parts are filled with soft materials, representing a safe place where someone can enter and feel comfort like home.

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    • Evangelos Bakalisartist homepage

    In the metaverse, we have the ability to be part of multiple worlds, a virtual open space, which is constantly restricted by physical space. The artwork is a comment on this new “reality”. It also works as a metaphor for both being finite and infinite simultaneously. Within the portal, the observer floats in the sky while being in a room made out of sea. Flow and combination of worlds.

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    • Chrysostomos Papachristouartist homepage

    What are you looking for? What are you looking at? Maybe you have to look out or maybe look at your back. In reality you have to look ahead and beyond. The goal is to question the ‘reality’ of the viewer.

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    • Marie-Sophie Singer

    A change in perspective could help.

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    • Kata Tüz

    My work Portrayal of Danae from Greek Mythology is a manifestation and depiction of the female body through female perception, using my own body to confront Danae’s experience, instead of the male gaze and interpretation that we experience throughout the portrayals of female bodies in art history.

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    • Marietta Bitsakakiartist homepage

    A car constructed with recyclable materials (plastic, wood, glass, paper, aluminium and solar panel).

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    • Olga Borzęcka

    This church-like structure is not related to any particular religion. However, while creating this project I focused on conveying the feeling of contentment often experienced in temples of all kinds.

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    • Peter Schoiswohl

    Clouds are an essential part of the Earth's climate. Instead of the usual fluffy white appearance, the sick_cloud looks rather dull and polluted. In this display technique the volumetric shape is sliced into planes and the texture is transferred to the plane at the respective position.

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    • Nikoleta Tourloukiartist homepage

    Kotzia Square in Athens hosts and unites different people on a daily basis. While the dove takes on the role of unity and peace, the flames in the mouth depict the contradiction, the confrontation and the conflict which also constitute public space. How could we speak about democracy if we don't accept public dialogue and coexistence?

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