A web, sometimes visible, sometimes invisible, connects texts, images and music in an attempt to communicate with the ‘difficult’ artistic paths. I believe that all people are capable of reading Proust, of understanding the human drama behind Marilyn Monroe's icon, of identifying with Shakespeare's rebelliousness. It's a small leap over stereotypes.
The project is part of the subtheme Human and artificial creativity.
George Bakolas is a writer and director based in Berlin. He studied cinema and was involved with theatre in all fields. He has made four feature films, while several of his theatrical works have been performed in Athens and abroad. He has published two novels, a collection of short stories, and has contributed in international anthologies.