As he wakes up he opens the eyes and looks around. He is once more in the usual place, at the window. The bus continues speeding. Outside , the city is shredded into unrelated pieces . Faces are revealed and suddenly occupy the space. The Passersby. Unknown faces even though so familiar. Eye pupils are dilated . Sensations trigger the mental euphoria. He continues to press the shutter button. Images crash like the waves of a large visual storm onto his eyes . Images that gradually find their place at a visual sequence. Very often the bus stops. At the stops the Passersby pass the torch to the others who appear from nowhere. At the beginning of the twenty first century. A common bus route, a daily routine.
The lake remains motionless. The signal was given and the feast began. Following the day, there will be colors , until they reach the Land of the Hesperides. Colors ask us to reshape the clay. The dream of abolishing our daily boredom .
Achilles Nasios is a photographer, video-artist and an art teacher. He was born in Greece, studied in Prague, Berlin, Athens and Stockholm. Worked as a lecturer of photography at the Greek University. He lives and works in Sweden.
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