:: MiMEtoLITHs MoViE ::
MIMETOLITHS -- synopsis
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MiMEtoLITHs had the 12 planets first!
Algis Kemezys, whose documentary Mimetoliths
extrapolates on the importance of the numeral 12 in the history and the
folklore of our culture. As expressed by the mystic and mathematician
Pythagoras there are twelve planets in the heavens, just as there are
twelve gods on Mount Olympus, and twelve months in the year, and twelve
Apostles in the Bible, and twelve bagels in a dozen.
The big difference between my twelve planets (or rather, Pythagoras’) include Anticthone, a
paradisiacal, earth-like world, equidistant from the sun and
undiscerned by our telescopes because its orbit mimics ours, but on the
opposite side of the sun and therefore invisible to us.
For more about Anticthone, as well as the golden proportion of
1:1.618, the Minotaur, Artemis the goddess of the forest, Medea the
sorceress, the Phaestos Disc and its message, and all the other
creatures, gods, chimeras, and myths that lie dormant for millennia in
the rocks and the cliffs and the beaches of Crete, the most ancient of
Europe’s civilisations, check out Mimetoliths. Already shown in six
festivals, it plays this Autumn in Turkey as part of the U.N. sponsored
film festival Mediterranean Environmental Award, and also in Charlotte,
North Carolina’s Cackalaky Film Festival, and in all four locations
(Alaska, Arizona, Oregon, New Zealand) of the Night Gallery Film
Festival. It will be launched commercially in October at Cannes’ MIPCOM
by its distributor TPI out of Chantilly, Virginia.
For more details about Mimetoliths please contact Algis Kemezys at:
(514) 583-5831, or, email@example.com
:: Water in Motion Images ::
The ever lapping water reflections.
:: Doorway to a Stone Mason's Dream ::
Details and Views of Stone Houses from Southern Turkey
:: Pamukkale at Night. ::
:: The Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Greece ::
This is the one of the first feminist temples in the world.
:: Sea Shell Details ::
These are sea shell details form the Bodrum area of Turkey.
:: Denizens on the Wall* Montreal Graffiti ::
Montreal has a prolific group of avant guard Grafitti artist. MOST OF THESE IMAGES ARE NOW GONE. With a hot spot in Mile End for their creations. Always changing, many of these have disappeared soon after I photographed them with new works of Art. What makes this body of work so interesting is that it is unlike anything that was produced in Montreal over the last 25 years that I remember.
:: Neo Crete Sculptures 2000AD ::
I started making balanced stacked stone sculptures nine years ago on Crete. These are the firsts ones that I made. They are not very good but at the end of this Crete Collection I have put a few that I have done just now in February 2012.
:: My Abstract Expressionist Photography ::
These are photographs of the moldy lichen covered walls and rocks inside an ancient church in Bitez ,Turkey. I photographed this last year but forgot where I down-loaded the images to and returned again this year and made new ones. I have accentuated the tonality here by extending the images saturation. I found the resulting photographs to be like Paintings done in Abstract Expressionism manner. I have started with a photograph of the church I did two years ago and followed up with one I did this year. I found this Church by walking the dry stream beds north from the coast. To my surprise and delight there are some rare Byzantine dolphin mosaics on the floor. If i had not been just out there wandering I would never have found this place because it is not in any tourist book or map. After traveling around the world a few times this is the best find I ever made. See the Dolphin Mosaics here at my other gallery.
:: Abandoned around the Mediterranean ::