Check out ths Eco Art Show at the Shrine Caves!
They certainly like their cats here. That's definitely a des res.
Spit and Polish
They have also cleared out some of the less used caves. This one used to be full of rubbish.
Michalis Papamichael - Ephermeral Culture
Unfortunately, the first exhibit, at first glance, appears to have been vandalised. But hold your horses...
Art For Cats!
From the blurb:
Michalis Papamichael's installation deals with issues related to the long-term bio-cultural heritage and the change of landscapes. The ephemeral artwork refers to the site's spirituality and it is a votive offering to the current residents of the "Efta Ai-Giorkies" site, the cats.
Basically, it is made out of catfood bricks and edible gelatin. Clearly the cats like it!
Incidentally, a votive offering is "one or more objects displayed or deposited, without the intention of recovery or use, in a sacred place for religious purposes. "
So when you go to a church or shrine, and see all the wave figurines, candles and icons, they are votive offerings.
There are 8 exhibits in total, all in or near the caves. this is another still from the tour.