Life in the city is dangerous. We all should know that by now. A luggage unattended is a bomb, an envelope with powder contains anthrax, a spot without surveillance is the ideal set for vandalism. It is highly recommended to move and behave expectedly. Do not raise suspicion. And if all the above makes anybody feel the slightest sensation of asphyxia, then give it a couple more years and it'll be fine.
Infection proceeds relentlessly until amnesia. Once forgotten, the parasite takes over and moves freely inside the host. Symptoms are so widely spread that nobody notices them anymore. But there is a guest inside you. There are many. Bomb yourself. Vandalize your mind. Behave unexpectedly. Ungravitate.
City of Fear has been shown at Tenderpixel Gallery (London, August 2008), Bacon Street Project in Brick Lane (London, May 2009), and at the Athens Video-Art Festival (Athens, 14th-17th May 2009)