June Jordan, Poem About My Rights, Ancient Greece, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, Small Herculaneum Woman, Japanese Traditions and Noh theater, come together through new technologies to talk -from a feminine point of view- about inequalities, abuse and violations, and the resemblance of rape to invasions and war. In this work temporal space is ignored and various cultural elements of different times and places are retrieved to construct a storytelling on today’s issue of the respect of the other; whoever or whichever this other is. An issue of power, that matters to femininities, and all other humans or animals that happen to belong to minorities. An issue that has been present throughout history, in various forms and intensity, but is still not solved.

Vanessa Ferle (GR)
“An interdisciplinary female human, born by the sea, combining arts, design and science; through experimentations, correlations, and collisions”. Vanessa Ferle is an artist, graphic designer and neuroscientist based in Athens, Greece. She has studied biology, neuroscience, digital arts and new media arts. Her research focuses on the animal essence that automation, machines and smart technologies infuse into digital art, and the emotional response of humans to this animal-effect.