∏άvtα рεί puts the current discussion of the classical philosophers of the movement around the cosmos. According to Parmenides of Elea, the Universe is completely still and it is impossible to transform it. In contrast, Heraclitus of Ephesus believed that the world was constantly moving and everything is in continuous change.
In the present context, we have to be clear about our attitude: just think that everything will be like this for ever or, on the contrary, that everything may change.
∏άvtα рεί: Everything flows
∏ãv έσtiv ãσuλov: Everything remains still
Director and producer: Samuel Sebastian Music: O.D.I. (Marian Ramentol and Cesc Fortuny) Photos: Agnès Bibiloni and Samuel Sebastian
Juan-Eduardo Cirlot's poem "Inger. Permutaciones" with Inger Stevens' pictures for the exhibition "Juan-Eduardo Cirlot: L'habitació imaginària" at Arts Santa Mònica from November 15th 2011 to January 15th 2012.