“The object almost touches the margins of the canvas and is placed in an utterly defined space though lacking any kind of depth.
This work rejects any connection to the ground or wall and suggests, with such disarming simplicity, a horizon.
The first (maybe the only) rule of painting suggests the fundamental relation between the background and the figure. However, in this relatively small, long work of art the question raised refers to the dialogue between the object and the space which leads to another question concerning space and its boundaries. A potential space it occupies, maybe contains, while its boundaries constitute logical arguments of any utopia.”
Ilias Papailiakis, Thoughts on projects and the work of Maria Polyzoidou