The installation, part of the exhibition Sculpture Rapsody that was presented at the Museum in 2010, was donated by the artist. The large semantron, as indicated by its title, refers, by the movement and the sound produced by an electric circuit, to the Byzantine bells used in mournful sermons. The references to the Byzantine tradition made by Lambros Gatis are free from historical conventions and morphological imitations and are made in a modern language, in the form of vibrating sculpture and construction, which is based on the tradition of kinetic sculpture. The work is exhibited in the porch of the main building of Villa Illissia.
- Collection: 20th and 21st-c. art Collection
- Creator: Lambros Gatis
- Measurement: 350 x 60 x 28 cm
- Exhibit Number: ΒΧΜ 04446