This project points out that, despite their similar needs, people have strong behavioral differences that come with diverse environments and cultures, such as for example those of the United States, India or the countries of Europe. In a sense, its a study on universal behavior and, more specifically, on how people relate to water as a natural element. The artist suggests that when people are near water – the sea, lakes, rivers and swimming pools – they are not only relaxed and amused but, wearing as little as possible, they reveal their inner nature.
Kordakis takes Polaroid photos that are then scanned, enlarged and printed on an ink-jet printer. He has chosen Polaroid for its surrealistic and vivid aspect, its bizarre colors and the parts that come out blurred. The combination of blurred areas and touches of vibrant color adds a graphic dimension to his photos, leaving a pleasantly unreal impression.