We have produced this audio-visual work to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the opening of the new Acropolis Museum.
This work begins with a contemplative mood built using static images yet conveying the impression of movement with panning and zooming techniques.
Revealing dynamic relations between the ancient monuments of Attica and their biophysical environment, the work moves on into the Acropolis museum. Here it exposes the museum’s creative use of this dynamism.
Cutting to the British Museum, the work becomes more disjointed, the music more discordant. Then images of protest dominate.
The only voiced segment follows.
Next, Dame Janet Suzman, Chair of BCRPM reads from an interview with the current Lord Elgin.
The work closes with a simple installation created by a Greek Australian.
Lina Palera’s beautiful music, Seikilos Epitaph With the Lyre of Apollo from the Lyre 20 Project , lifts this work blending flawlessly with the images. There is some beautiful lyre music throughout.
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