Anastasia Pavlou is a painter. What feeds into her production is the debris of the every-day and the close-by, showing a world entangled with physical rubble and pictorial surplus. Through painting, drawing, photography, collage, and text, she constructs a visual vocabulary to explore ways of looking and seeing, creating an atlas for how these are made manifest in forms and pictures. The result is a sort of rift in time, a historical glitch where past, present, and future are scattered, deconstructed, and reconstructed.