An interactive investigative intervention on the relationship between the naked body and legislation
When does dress become “law” for the naked body? When does the site of nudity become a criminal offence? In what way nudity – art – legislation are related to one another? What does “offence of public decency” mean? On the occasion of the exhibition of the Chinese artist and poet Ren Hang at ATOPOS Contemporary Visual Culture (72, Salaminos Str.), the team of “Dress & the Law” project investigates the relationship between the naked body and the law on Wednesday June 3rd between 17:00 – 22:00. Clarifying meanings and looking into the current legislation in Greece, the team invites visitors at the same time to “play”: to solve a crime and to impart justice.
Wednesday, 3 June 2015
Opening hours: 17:00 – 22:00
72, Salaminos Str., 104 35 Athens
Concept, curation, research: «Dress & the Law» team → Chryssa Kapartziani, Myrsini Pichou, Theodoros Chiou
Poster and leaflet design: Neocles Delengos, Annita Dorovata
Digital tablet game programming: Christos Devaris
Many thanks to: Stamos Fafalios, Vassilis Zidianakis, Angelos Tsourapas, Aristoula Karra, Kika Kyriakakou, Katerina Sarri, Angeliki Stavrou, Andreas Konstantinidis, Eleni Rethimiiotaki, Gary Watt, Uthra Rajgopal, Anna – Maria Piskopani, Dimitris Anastasopoulos, Takis Vidalis, Konstantinos Zilfos, Elias Kontakos, Giannis Maskidis, Andreas Pihos, Xenia Politou, Konstantinos Kapsimallis, Tania Pashali.