…the uncanny is that species of the frightening that goes back to what was once well known and had long been familiar.
Sigmund Freud, “The Uncanny”Breaking the boundaries between the known and the unknown, abstraction and representation, Alexandros Vasmoulakis presents deconstructed figures through a process of continuous transformations and a jumble of lines and colors. His paintings depict scattered beings that shift between attraction and repulsion as if they are playing a game of rope pulling, where winners and losers perform common roles. Inspired by the intertwined relationships of power and authority, but also from the effacement of bipolarity, the artist orchestrates a conjunction of opposites and leads the viewer to observe a world from which the infinite manifestations of visual language gush freely and effortlessly. In an undefined space, Vasmoulakis enlarges the details of the abstract figures in order to enhance their morphological features and to transform them into independent points and lines that hover on a picture plane. However, at (+)