Cobh is famous not only as the last stop of the Titanic, but also as the place of arrival of about 700 passengers of the RMS Lusitania who were rescued in May 1915, after their ship was torpedoed by Germans. A feeling of pain is prevalent in the place.
Evi Karagiannidi leads us on a trip of questions through her visual suggestions. She makes us wonder whether she reflects the history of the place or unfolds a personal story in front of our eyes through her camera.
Like a writer would do, the photographer depicts the relationships of the natural elements of the place, sets off presence through absence, provides our visual appetite with a refined feast in order to reveal the fairy tale world in the hidden aspects of daily routine, and finally leads our memory from the knowledge of the history of the place to the revelation of nature, reminding us the relationship of man with the world.