Michalis Poulas says about himself:
‘I am a 39 years old photographer, I live and work in Greece. I studied photography at Leica Academy in Athens. Since 2003 I established and have been running my own photo lab in Sitia Crete where I also live.
Photography was one of the strongest weapons against my drug addiction. I make pictures in order to ease the pain and fear of death. I try to create images that may be understood in many ways, beyond what they actually depict. Images that the viewer is free to interpret and feel in their own way.’
About ‘Infinite Perimeter’:
The place where one draws breath and calls one’s home; ’tis whence one begins; The place one recalls and reminisces, be it in a positive or negative light, years down the line, even if one never left it, either physically or mentally; It exists as place, as time, as a past experience in one’s memory and imagination; ’tis the remains of this theme that jointly shape the way one feels; The spacetime one calls one’s home is under tremendous pressure, and the issue is with whom, why, and to what extent one is willing to share it.