Archaeologist Liana Starida witnessed the fatal destruction of the buildings in the city of Heraklion, and believes the sprit and hope of these buildings can be brought back to life again through her photography. While portraying the human dimension of these disasters, her work shows a city that is losing its historic identity. Liana hopes to convey emotion by representing the first blow of destruction and capturing the piles of ruined houses, once full of the laughter, joy, and sorrows of forgotten souls.
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