Haris Epaminonda’s first major exhibition in the UK centres on the newly commissioned film Chapters (2012).
Filmed in the remote Cyprus landscape, Chapters is a poetic series of meticulously staged scenes with underlying narrative elements of love, longing, afterlife and ritual. The scenes are independent and run in a non-consecutive order, with narrative evoked by the actions of the performers. Epaminonda describes the work as an object that continuously moves—a sculpture that has no fixed form.
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