16_11_2019 / Performance

Nathan Gray makes lecture-performances, radio-plays,stories and rumours.

His works extend the sonic possibilities of the spoken word and use the voice as means to demonstrate scientific or social phenomena.
At Haus N Athen he will present "The Critical Flicker Frequency" (a talk about the way different animals perceive time) and other works.
Nathan's research into the possibilities of the voice extend from artistic research to curation and he is the presenter of the radio show The Weirding Module which focuses on the voice in experimental music and contemporary art.

16_09_2019 / Screening

Art Athina video program

The Intelligence of a Careful Undressing

Film by Valinia Svoronou

7-8_09_2019 / Athens Art Book Fair


Athens Art Book Fair is an artist-run initiative aiming to bring together and showcase artist publications produced in Greece as well as to create a link with publishing-based artistic practices (print, online and else) internationally.

Athens Art Book Fair was founded in 2019 by Margarita Athanasiou and Michalis Pichler.

9_02_2019 / Screening 


Film by Evi Kalogiropoulou


The film shows a metal recycling yard / scrap site on the shores of the ''Prophet Daniel stream'' in Votanikos area.

The scrap yard is owned by Mr. Pappas who has been there for more than 40 years working with his family.

Set within an ancient Olive Grove that has turned into an industrial area, it is surrounded by Roma settlements and refugee camps.

This place is in the centre of Athens, from where you can see the Acropolis if you stand at the right part of the scrap yard.
The film explores ideas of patriarchy, immigration as well as the concept of place and ownership of land in our current culture.

26_01_2019 / Screening

Pieces of a Witches

Broken Heart

The intelligence of a Careful Undressing

Three films by Valinia Svoronou


‘Pieces of a Witches’ Broken Heart’ and ‘The intelligence of a Careful Undressing’

are the titles of the latest moving image works of Valinia Svoronou.

Both of the films have a dominant narrative format and present different iterations of fictional love stories in fragments,

through animation and collaged footage.

The films aim to explore ideas around the survival of romanticism in a contemporary world encumbered by the reality of nature being

a construct.

19_01_2019 / Publication presantation

Texts to the World

Publication project by Gunda and Peter Niemann

As it is and as it should be
You can't buy 'Texts to the World'
you can only get them as a present.

12_01_2019 / Reading

Reading by Ioanna Gerakidi


"Feeling a little lighter than before I left" is a text on the perversity of the erotic touch, on the subversion of time and space

that lovers experience, on the alterity they fearlessly welcome in this fragile state of togetherness.

The text draws on unrequited meetings, on unfulfilled lusts, desires, facts and fantasies to speak about the impossible

as a means of thinking across new imaginaries and alternative ways of living, loving, longing.

Image: Bin Koh

1_12_2018 / Screening

Horse Follows Darkness

Film by Delia Gonzalez


Horse Follows Darkness is the latest 16mm film release by multimedia artist and composer Delia Gonzalez.

Featuring an all female cast of five ballet dancers, the narration unfolds in three acts, through which a heroine - whose looks emerge

as a fierce, sensual and enigmatic, perhaps even self - referential aesthetic leitmotif following Gonzalez’ central character in

'In Remembrance' conquers her battles with the embodiments of the devil, shadow, seduction and fear, all styled accordingly.

Inspired by early 1970's French film, spirituality and mysticism, Horse Follows Darkness reveals the deepest workings

of the heart and mind.

4_11_2018 / Performance

I don't feel safe to tell you

Performed by Jeremy Nedd and Dylan Spencer-Davidson

Developed in collaboration with Cian McConn

Performance & music by Dylan Spencer-Davidson

Special thanks to Lauryn Youden and Hugo Wheeler

Crisis mode. list of things i want to talk to you about. backlog. a million things to digest.

you send me a heart and i basically burst into tears.
woke up twice last night from nightmares about you. self-medication. i don't have the strength to read the full text. limbic revision.

non-violent communication. i feel bad dropping an emo bomb on you when you sound like you’re in a happy place.

emotional freedom techniques. ataraxia.

codependency and recovery and the differences. the will to change. feed the wolf you want to grow.

Dylan Spencer-Davidson (b. 1987, Washington D.C) works with performance, music and video.

His practice is concerned with the mediation of affect, desire and embodiment in interpersonal communication.

His works have been presented in contexts including Studio Voltaire, London, V&A, London, Eastside Projects, Birmingham

and Ashley, Berlin.

He completed a BA in Modern and Medieval Languages at the University of Cambridge and an MA in Communication Art & Design

at the Royal College of Art, London.

Jeremy Nedd (b. 1985 Brooklyn, NY) Is a performer and choreographer based in Basel, Switzerland.

In his work he explores different aesthetic worlds in order to deconstruct and repurpose their codified vocabulary.

His work has been shown in Switzerland, France and Germany with spaces such as Kaserne Basel, ROXY Birsfelden,

Tanzhaus Zürich, Arsenic, Palais de Tokyo and Münchner Kammerspiele.

He is currently completing a Master in Expanded Theater at Hoch Schule der Künste Berne.

19_07_2018 / Performance

The Anastasia Method

Performance by Natasha Papadopoulou


The Anastasia Method is an all inclusive personal last resort.
It is that one hour space of limits to be flexed and borders to be expanded.
If you don’t mind words and actions connecting to the core, this class is for you.
Join in for an opportunity to flex in reflex, to existentially stretch and to exist in my verse.
Reverse the role of viewer with some inner action, extend your possibilities, expand your inspirations and enjoy your talents.
Class is limited participation.

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