This series of compositions by Nikos Moschos are built around the disproportional portrayal of crushed human body parts, machines, trees and buildings. Sometimes recognizable and at other times undefined, these elements become members of a single body where cause and effect coexist, creating emotionally tensed situations. The unexpected angles, the distorted forms and the semi-stylized patterns are reminiscent of expressionism, comics as well as the deeply rooted Byzantine iconography.

Ancient remains of a glorious past co-exist with worthless leftovers of modern life, emphasizing the timeless nature of Moschos’ perspective. Within this collage of information, time fragments and re-joins all forms, creating images that seem like the result of fatal conflicts whose effects are intolerable. They are monuments that symbolize endless greed, loss of virtue and the prevalence of primal instincts.