In this essay, Kate Sutton examines the literal and implied effects of the work of Christosdoloulos Panayiotou, specifically in Two Days After Forever (2015), the Cyprus Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale. 'Two Days After Forever offer[s] alternative endings,' she writes, 'staging cycles of transformation.'
'Curator Okwui Enwezor has built his career using an inverse technique, scanning the present for signs of a still unsettled past. Alongside the announcement of the theme of his highly-anticipated exhibition...came the tantalizing possibility that we might finally glimpse the curator's vision of what's to come.' Kate Sutton reviews the...