Old Possessions, New Myths got created during a residency in Athens, Greece in the summer of 2017. The project reflects on the relationship between property and identity in times of crisis. Through urban interventions I raise the question of ownership and emotional belonging in a neoliberal world where new narratives need to be created. Local culture, countless conversations and a hint of mythology were main inspiration for the project. I lend methods and forms of expression from what I saw in Athens - from street art to flyers. 

Browse project slides below (click on image for full screen) or download the full pdf HERE