Lavyrinthos portrays representations of spaces and paths, which create the illusion of the infinite, the endless creation of plans, asymmetries, and complexity which is life itself. I create repetitive compositions that negotiate human’s unbalanced relationship with his environment and paths of our mind are represented. The square and geometry represent roads in our lives and the multiple layers dimensions and are strong elements here which bring together insights from the art of M. C. Escher, where he explores architecture, perspective, and impossible spaces and the geometric abstract paintings of Piet Mondrian, which is like giving life and movement to his minimal compositions.

BY  Theodora Prassa (GR)

Theodora Prassa was born in Volos, Greece, in 1993, and currently is based in the UK. She holds a MA in Textile Design at Nottingham Trent University, UK (2017-2019), and earned her BA (Hons) from the School of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (2011-2017). She carried out further studies in Fine Arts in Hildesheim Universität, Germany (2014). Theodora has been selected in the Special Biennal Edition of Women Cinemakers, Berlin (2018), and awarded the third prize in the VIVA Film Festival, Sarajevo (2018). Her work has been exhibited in various Festivals abroad, mostly in Europe and overseas.