Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence
Panos Arvanitakis - photographer - project parallel subsistence

Parallel subsistence
What we perceive as reality or “our subjective reality” in relation with
the hypothetical scenarios about the dark matter and the dark energy.
The Higgs boson or the God particle as it called.
The above concepts motivated me to create a photo series about a
new dark unknown world.
Physiology of human vision is restricted to what is contained in visible light.
But where are the limits of what we see and feel in real life?
Is there a way to overcome our remarkable -but at the end- limited senses
with our fantasy?
How could I project elements of an unknown and hidden world to my
environment?
Those are some of the questions I’ m trying to explore through these photos.