Cyriaco Lopes and Terri Witek
selections from MINOTAURS



Minotaurs is a series of half-images/half-texts that is seen/read as a third via. It is a hybrid of poetry and visual arts created by an artist and a poet.

Minotaurs are a rift and also rough suture. They are a conceptual apparatus and hybrid savages.

(The viewer is a reader, the reader a viewer.)

The Minotaurs were created in Crete, Greece, by poet Terri Witek and artist Cyriaco Lopes in the summer of 2014.





Cyriaco Lopes and Terri Witek have been collaborating since 2005. They have had solo shows at the Crisp Ellert Museum (2014), The Blue Gallery in Chania, Greece (2014), the Hand Art Center (2012), the Markland House Museum (2010), and the Faulconer Gallery (2010). They also participated in group shows at the Chosunilbo Museum, Korea (2014), Art in Odd Places, NYC (2012), and Contemporary Flanerie: Reconfiguring Cities, Oakland University Gallery, MI (2009).

Their performances have been seen at the Centro Nacional de Cultura, Lisbon, Portugal (2014), The Salford Museum, Manchester, England (2013), and Recession Art, NYC, (2012). They have worked on videos, sound pieces, installations, and experimental media.

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