Halkidiki is a unique land. Out in the periphery of a metropolis but in a tight relation and interaction with it. With its largest surface under obscurity, the landscape of Chalkidiki cannot - by any means – be homogenously interpreted. A landscape – human and natural - that is topographically conquered by hard contrasts.
The photographic project “1:2 – ena pros dio” attempts to approach these harsh analogies in a yearly “anti-period” when only the traces of overtourism are obvious through the photographic lens. The regular access to the autumn and winter landscape reveals contrasts and objects/fragments in search of use and essence.