Mithoplókos (greek for "weaving fables") is a book that uses London's De Beauvoir Estate as the set and Hesiod's Theogony as the script to create a bizarre and absurd film on paper. The book uses edited camcorder frames as images and weaves them with a text written by Edgar. This text appropriates Hesiod's original poem to place the birth of the greek Gods in the London Estate.

Appropriation meets blasphemy meets humor - Mithoplókos can be described as the representation of what would happen if a cyborg were to question religion, trip on LSD and look at a duck.

Watch Mithoplókos Visualizer 1 and Visualizer 2.