The images in Ioanna Chronopoulou’s ongoing project “Dichotomy” are rooted in their literal meaning. A division into two parts. A subdivision into halves or pairs. A division into two mutually exclusive or contradictory groups. It’s this logical rationale that informs the pictures of the series “Dichotomy”, each set relative to the other yet wholly independent. A series of relationships we are asked to explore, form. A subjective view of ordinary life, places and objects that are imbued with their own history. A story about Athens , but also a story for every city that is built by society and is left to fend.