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Minus Plato invites you to: Perictione & Sons a minus plato office hours exhibition August 24th to December 9th Thursday 12pm to 2pm or by appointment 328 University Hall A growing installation of books and display of altered books (by OSU BFA and MFA Students), accompanied by a series of displaced meetings, conversations and readings […]

You were very lucky to take this photograph of a wall-text without a work. That said, you still visited several empty universities across the city – the Academy, the Lyceum and the Stoa Poikile. And, like this empty university, there was still activity on the site – a children’s party at Plato’s, an art collective’s […]

America I’ve given you all and now I’m nothing America two dollars and twentyseven cents January 17, 1956 – Allen Ginsberg ‘America’ When Plato died, the only material possessions he left behind were a small garden next to the Academy, two slaves, a bowl with which he made offerings to the gods and a tiny […]