The Everyday Snail’s Path
Acrylic on Linen
80 x 50cm

Evdokia Georgiou

Evdokia Georgiou’s dual canvas “The Everyday Snail’s Path” is a thoughtful acrylic on linen piece that embodies the notion of personal and societal progress intertwined with the concept of home. The snail, a creature that carries its home, becomes a metaphor for the way individuals internalize their origins and experiences. Evdokia’s work invites viewers to reassess their social behaviors and the dichotomy between domestic and societal spaces. Her art is not merely a visual experience but a philosophical inquiry, prompting a re-evaluation of daily life and the functionality of objects within it. Incorporating sociological and political elements, she adds a new dimension to the reality of everyday social systems, offering a fresh perspective on contemporary life and its challenges.


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