29.LEONIDOU 25 28.GIATRAKOU 10 27.IERA ODOS 28 26.DANIHL PROFITOU 18 25.SALAMINOS 72 24.PARAMITHIAS 6 20.IASONOS 45 21.IASONOS 47 22.PERDIKA 8 23.GIATRAKOU 28 12.KERAMEIKOU 28 13.KOLONOU 29 14.LEONIDOU 11 16.DELIGIORGI 43 19.IASONOS 26 18.LEONIDOU 26 15.LEONIDOU 9 17.LEONIDOU 15 11.KERAMEIKOU 32 10.KERAMEIKOU 43 09.KERAMEIKOU 51 08.AGISILAOU 92 07.KERAMEIKOU 73 06.THERMOPYLON 23 05.THERMOPYLON 27 04.LEONIDOU & MYLLEROU 03.LEONIDOU 38 02.LEONIDOU 36 01.GIATRAKOU 2, INFO POINT
Orestis, director: Vassilis Fotopoulos

Orestis, director: Vassilis Fotopoulos

Prometheus, director: Kostas Sfikas

Prometheus, director: Kostas Sfikas

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

IDEES FIXES/DIES IRAE, director: Antouanetta Angelidi

IDEES FIXES/DIES IRAE, director: Antouanetta Angelidi

THE ADVENTURES OF VILLAR, Zozeph Hepp, 1924, Villar (Nikos Sfakianakis) and Nitcha Philosophou. The first existing Greek film was restored by the Greek Film Archive Foundation.

THE ADVENTURES OF VILLAR, Zozeph Hepp, 1924, Villar (Nikos Sfakianakis) and Nitcha Philosophou. The first existing Greek film was restored by the Greek Film Archive Foundation.

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

Ντέρτι Humanism: the film appendix, photo: Tasos Vrettos

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ΝΤΕΡΤΙ Humanism - the film appendix
Curated by Nadja Argyropoulou

Ντερτι Humanism, recently presented, in exhibition form, in London (June-August 2011, Faggionato Fine Arts), is a venture set out to explore the territory and manifestations of a  ‘different’ kind of humanism, as this is suggested by its coupling with the adjective ‘ντέρτι’. The Greek word ‘ντέρτι’, pronounced almost like the English ‘dirty’, is a folk word of Turkish origin that means ‘worry’, ‘trouble’, ‘anguish’, ‘torment’ or ‘vasanos’. Ντέρτι Humanism is thus a hybrid term that immediately alludes to the relentless, age-old, philosophical, psychological, socio- cultural, historical, economic, linguistic, and artistic conflict and coexistence of the East and West.

The coining of the term is an attempt to codify, through the Greek example (the Greek paralogi so to speak), a larger phenomenon: the presence of a broken, self-ironic, non- heroic and still strangely utopic, a twisted, disordered, melancholic and yet persistent, a paradoxical kind of para-humanism (para-: one that lies next, even though and beyond what has been traditionally understood as ‘humanism’).  With a rather deviating approach to the concept of identity Ντέρτι Humanism looks at the ever urgent problem of coexistence.  In the hopes of further opening the ground for intellectual debate, Ντέρτι Humanism – the film appendix, is a short experience of Ντέρτι Humanism in the area of the filmic imaginary. The Greek Film Archive Foundation, through, both, its history and collections, creates the élan, for this kind of adventure and is cooperating with Ντέρτι Humanism curator Nadja Argyropoulou for its organizing. In all of the Foundation’s available projection spaces, on September 13th (6pm to 2 am the next day) and another 15 days in the Foundation’s gallery, Ντέρτι Humanism – the film appendix, will look into aspects of Ντέρτι Humanism. A book will be published on the concept and its presentations as exhibition, in London and film appendix, in Athens.  

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