WHAT: See a fascinating trio of films made by critically-acclaimed Argentinean artist Adrian Villar Roja on his world travels. The three movies – “Unknown Soldier,” “A War on Earth” and “The Most Beautiful Moment of War” – were first presented as a trilogy at the Berlin film festival in February and capture the day-to-life of different people, natural landscapes and the workings of nature down to the smallest detail in a bid to underscore the perpetual evolution of man, nature and our planet. The screenings are part of a large-scale site-specific project by Rojas at the observatory (that runs until September 24, Thursdays-Sundays 11am- 9pm, free admission), titled “The Theater of Disappearance,” where the artist asks visitors to explore the question: What does it mean to have soil beneath our feet?
WHEN: July 7 & 13.
WHERE: National Observatory of Athens, Hill of the Nymphs, Thiseio, www.neon.org.gr