A-Letheia: Steki
with Dimitris Marinis and Loukia Angeli in collaboration with ARSIS, Youth Support Center (Neon Chora)

5–8 pm
Kiosk in Kypseli, Athens

A-Letheia project sketch by Anton Kats

On June 30, the Kypseli Kiosk facilitates Steki (hang out) with a series of artistic workshops facilitated by the Association for the Social Support of Youth (ARSIS). Collaborating with the A-Letheia project by using the kiosk as a canvas, young people work with two local painters as well as passersby, thus rethinking the kiosk as a catalyst for shared dreams and memories.

ARSIS is an independent non-governmental organization for public benefit. It was established in 1992 and operates in Athens, Thessaloniki, and other cities and towns in Greece (including, among others, Kozani, Volos, and Alexandroupoli). ARSIS primarily seeks to prevent the social marginalization of young people, as well as to facilitate the social inclusion of vulnerable social groups living in adverse conditions and encountering serious difficulties and obstacles in their effort for equal participation in social and economic life.

Kiosk Kypseli: Fokionos Negri and Eptanisou, Kypseli

The event is part of the gradual unfolding of the A-Letheia project as conceived by artist Anton Kats, taking place over the 100 days of documenta 14 in Athens. The project involves collaborative events with local groups, neighbors, and members of the community surrounding the kiosks.

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