Monologue for one male actor and 15 men volunteers
A fresh take on the well-known myth of the young man who falls in love with his reflection, with fatal consequences. In Narcissus, the multiplication of the image of the self is presented both as a question of existential order and as a sign of the times. Bound to an era in which developments in the technology of image production, processing, and reproduction has disturbed our relationship with the Ego, the contemporary man – and, by extension, contemporary Man – is brought face to face with his dead ends.
Written in Greek, it has been published by Queich-Verlag, Berlin, in German, Greek and English in 2011. The French translation is going to be published in France in cahiers de La Maison Antoine Vitez in 2014.