The works are UHD scanner-generated photographic images of marble remnants. Since 2008 and over the years Lemos has been collecting stones thrown during demonstrations in Athens mostly in Syntagma (Constitution) square and the surrounding area. In 2011 his collection expanded significantly. The marble derives from pavements, stairs, walls and building facades. They are violently broken using hammers by black block members, thrown at the police and eventually smashed into smaller pieces when they hit the asphalt. After the intense conflicts of the 2011 demonstrations, the tension started to fade away giving its place to a feeling of numbness and depression. Marble, on the other hand, still carries strong symbolic associations to the historical past of Athens turning this bizarre collection into a post-romantic remnant of a bold and audacious past, or of a youthful pre-depression era.