luxus art

Monday, January 30, 2012

"Chic-ego Luxus Fest 2012" Luxus Poem by Litsa Spathi for Chicago Fluxus Fest 2012

Saturday, December 10, 2011


Desperately Seeking Capital €U-Zone Debt CRYsis/positiv
Luxus Artistamps 2011 by Litsa Spathi

Desperately Seeking Capital €U-Zone Debt CRYsis/negativ
Luxus Artistamps 2011 by Litsa Spathi

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Friday, April 1, 2011

TRUE Or : April Fool's Day 2011?

Revealed: Gaddafi envoy in Britain for secret talks
Exclusive: Contact with senior aide believed to be one of a number between Libyan officials and west amid signs regime may be looking for exit strategy
# The Guardian, Friday 1 April 2011
-visual poem by Litsa Spathi

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Battle for Libya

6 March 2011 Last updated at 04:23 GMT
Battle for Libya: Gaddafi troops engage Zawiya rebels
Col Gaddafi's heavy armour is poised outside the town of Zawiya
* Eyewitness: Tripoli in fear
* Global diplomacy

Fierce fighting has rocked Libya's Zawiya, 50km (30 miles) west of Tripoli, as rebels repelled government efforts to retake the key city.

Pro-government forces were pushed out of the city centre in heavy fighting on Saturday morning, but regrouped for a fresh assault.

Early on Sunday, heavy gunfire was heard in the capital.

Rebels fighting Col Muammar Gaddafi have taken control of the port of Ras Lanuf to the east of Tripoli.

The rebels have pushed further west towards Sirte, Col Gaddafi's heavily guarded hometown, and captured the town of Bin Jawad, 160km (100 miles) from Sirte.
-visual poem by Litsa Spathi

Monday, February 28, 2011

He Is no Longer One of Us'l

He Is no Longer One of Us'
Post-Gadhafi Era Begins in Eastern Libya2011/02/28
As opposition forces put Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi under increasing pressure, the post-Gadhafi era has already begun in the eastern part of the country. Victorious rebels are turning to the task of governing, but no one knows what will replace the despot...'s system. By SPIEGEL Staff.

A young man named Hussam, a 26-year-old with a Kalashnikov slung over his shoulder, controls access to liberated Libya. Passports? What for? Hussam is more interested in finding out how someone entering the country feels about this enormously important event in his life. "What do you think about our revolution?" he asks.,1518,748033,00.html
- visual poem by Litsa Spathi