Geometries exhibition: Public programme


1 APR 2018

Agricultural University of Athens (Iera Odos 75, Athens)
By metro: Blue Line (Line 3: Egaleo-Doukissis Plakentias Airport) | “Keramikos” station
By bus: Βuses 856 and A16 | “Geoponiki Sholi” stop
By car: Parking space is available in the University grounds (limited capacity)
Let's meet up at the Agricultural University on Sundays! Workshops, walks, talks, true food as part of Geometries exhibition, to discover and enjoy the urban landscape.
Free entrance events.
Some events require reservation (see below for each event).

12:00 | A Vision for Tomorrow’s Agriculture: Α workshop by Marios Desillas

The workshop will take place around the Pyramid and is an introductory workshop to biodynamic farming, a process that respects the environment and our ecosystems whilst regenerating our earth.
Marios Desillas from Scholio Edafous studied at the Agricultural University of Athens. For the last 30 years he has been dedicated to bringing agriculture closer to natural processes, advising and teaching those whose heart beats in a similar rhythm.

Location: Pyramid | Duration: 60 minutes

13:00 | Food is Energy: Α tour by Marjetica Potrč and Valentina Karga

A pyramidal greenhouse-shadehouse, promoting the co-existence and mutual support between plants in food forest gardening, and raising questions about large-scale industrial agriculture.
Berlin-based Valentina Karga’s artistic practice draws from conceptual art, architecture and socially engaged practice. Marjetica Potrč is a Ljubljana and Berlin-based artist and architect whose work includes drawing, architecture, and public art projects.

Location: Pyramid | Duration: 30 minutes

14:00 | Soul Food: Α Lenten meal by Troō Food Liberation, with bread from Epirus by Betty’s Bakery

Monastic recipes creating a nutritious communion for the last days of Lent.

Troō Food Liberation is a collective that creates “Real Food”. The group’s key manifesto is that unprocessed foods from sustainable harvesting, contributes towards a positive evolution of our sociopolitical, ecological, and collective consciousness, offering a tangible “way out” for the future. Betty’s Bakery is a bio-certified artisanal bakery working exclusively with sourdough and stone milled organic flour. It supports local communities, respects the environment and innovates in its recipes and work ethic.

Location: Vineyard | Admission is free and on a first come first served basis | Reservation is required. For reservations, please contact | The event is full. Thank you for your interest.

17:00 | For All Party Occasions: Discussion over Coffee and Cookies with Natasa Biza

An invitation for a gathering with coffee and biscuits where selected speakers will talk about a collection of objects from the Marshall Plan that through serendipity found their way into the warehouse of the Agricultural Museum. With 8 speakers including the artist, open to a broader audience.

Participants: Jean Marie Hoffmann, Katerina Konstantinou, Antonia Matala, Eleni Mpeneki, Esther Solomon, Eleana Yalouri, Stavros Zografakis

Location: Agricultural Museum, 1st floor | Duration: 90 minutes

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