Feb 14 2019



72 Salaminos str.
104 35 Athens

Thur 14/02

20:00 - 23:00

Fluffy invites you to spend the evening of the 14th February with Eggs and Legs and Little Mermaid. An evening  full of performative erotic fairy-tales, cuddly audiovisual installations, anti-stress painting  and T9 poetry.

Let’s hear fragile love-stories by grandma Valentini and her friends.

Erotic fairytales for mermaids and seaweeds, brackish hybrids in pans, hairy eyes which follow wanderers, little hedgehogs that share love,  stories about loneliness by a fridge, that searches in vain its slippers, T9 poetry for those who want to taste the foam of the algorithmic poetry.

Fluffy in Love

Thursday 14 February , 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Entrance Free

Egg and legs is a post-apocalyptic drag trio, which dives into spirituality, religion, heroism, sadism, nonsense and researches questions like:

What it means to be a woman?  Why  the good heart has limits?

They often offer gifts to their fans, such as performative evenings, diy complexities and short films that travel all over the world.

Little Mermaid is a fairytale, written once upon a time from Lydia and Antigoni  to confess  erotic stories.

The peaceful world of the little mermaid is being transformed into a feminist chthulean story.”Her body flows together with the wet streams of the ocean. She is the traitor of all limits, an intestinal amoeba of chaos that constantly changes her own form, depending on who she wants to fool”.

Their mermaid-stories are part of the ΤΕΦΛΟΝ volume 20.

#TextMe_FluffyLibrary is an unusual library-participatory installation by the artist Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou, curated by Vassilis Zidianakis. Fluffy Library is a meeting point of alternative narratives and actions around identity, gender and co-existence upon a huge hybridic, creature; Fluffy. All the events, that are happening inside Fluffy are co-curated and organized by Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou in collaboration with other individuals, artists, educators, friends etc.


Hospitality Sponsors

Supporting Creativity

With the support of
Athens Culture Net
Founding donor Stavros Niarchos Foundation

As part of
Athens 2018 World Book Capital