Rebuilt Delphi This series of installations explores classical architecture found in the Greek city of Delphi, which in ancient times was considered to be the center of the universe. By recreating some of its buildings, from a contemporary perspective, I am bringing a new interpretation to its ruins. The minimal abstract drawings use architectural motifs as a way to connect with the glorious and rich culture of the Greeks. A three-dimensional effect is created from the shadows cast on the paper from the stands’ multi-layer compartments. Together they reveal the illusion of a pilaster shape, presenting a humorous contrast to the massive temples. My “buildings” highlight a modern mobility, the columns are easy to carry, lightweight and transitory. This temporal quality reflects our current cultural fragility, which changes or may even disappear over time.