Mylonogianni Gallery, Chania / 2006
Mylonogianni Gallery, Chania / 2009
Dr Immoreales lab
Dr Immoreales's lab
Installation: 5 sculptures in clay, acrylic painted / mix materials such as VHS video recorder, TV set, Olivetti typewriter etc / video // 5 digital art works // 20 drawings.
Exhibited: Catholic Church of Chania, Chaniart 2013
Curator: Daniel Papadimitriou
FLEWS: DOCTOR IMMOREALES ESCAPES AGAIN!
The invisible scientist's laboratory has been found.
Early yesterday afternoon the Police Department, based on anonymous information raided one of the auxiliary buildings of the Catholic Church and discovered the -or one of the- laboratories of the notorious Dr Immoreales, widely known for his unethical psychological mind control experiments on both human and animal subjects.
The Police suspects that this lab is not the only one or that perhaps it is not the main one,but is really satisfied because of its first success in that critical case.
What is beyond our imagination is that Dr Immoreales works under secret government financing in order to find ways to exert sufficient ammount of pressure, to find the balance between keeping his subjects manipulating yet happy.
Dr Immoreales's videos
Harry Harlow, Baby Monkey Experiments
Yale University Obedience, The Milgram Experiment
Soviet subversion of the Free World Press, 1984
The Milgram Experiment, Big History NL
The Stanley Milgram Films
Philipp Zimbardo, Stanford Prison Experiment
Albert Bandura - Bobo Doll Experiment
CIA Human Experiments in the United States: MK-ULTRA Mind control research program
LSD Confused Cat from "Research and Development Progress Report no 2'
Schizophrenic Model Psychosis Induced by LSD
Dr Immoreales's books
Th. Ribot: Diseases of memory, Th. Ribot: Diseases of will, John Marks: 8. Brainwashing, Don Oldenburg: Stressed to kill, Stanley Milgram: Obedience to authority, Harry Harlow: The Narure of Love, Philipp Zimbardo: Stanford Prison Experiment, Ann Arbor: Canvassing for peace, A Manual for Volunteers etc.
The exhibition poster
A 3.01 minutes amateur video of the exhibition
Dr Immoreales's lab: Antonis Frantzeskakis, Aimilios Kalogeris digital art and Pantelis Pantelopoulos drawings.
Is it possible for art to express mental disorder? Is it possible for the ecumenical artistic language to interpret the abyss of a sick soul? Definitely, answer the three collaborative artists, in a surprising symbolical and spatial planning, setting. Is it a pessimistic view, a pragmatic insight of an already present future or a short roam to an artistic beyond? Undoubtedly, the elements of this paramythic setting tend to indicate modestly the ability of art, not to imitate, but to interpret.
Daniel Papadimitriou, curator