Landscape: Varosha or the day my mother stopped paying the monthly instalment (from the series ‘A compendium for losing one's way. Cyprus in a volume’) 
2013
screenprint framed (diptych) | 72 x 101 cm & 72 x 50 cm
Landscape: Varosha or the day my mother stopped paying the monthly instalment (from the series ‘A compendium for losing one Landscape: Varosha or the day my mother stopped paying the monthly instalment (from the series ‘A compendium for losing one Landscape: Varosha or the day my mother stopped paying the monthly instalment (from the series ‘A compendium for losing one

Varosha or the day my mother stopped paying the monthly instalment alludes to Christofides' family history. In 1973 namely her parents bought a flat on one of the high-rise buildings along the sandy beach of Varosha, in its heydays in the early 70s the simile of a paradisaic sea shore.
Since the invasion in 1974 this part of Famagusta has turned into a ghost town, settling being inadmissible by 1984 United Nations Resolution. It took the artist's mother some months after the evacuation to realise that it made no sense anymore to continue paying off an apartment destined to ruin.