Iota & Lambda, named after the letters I and Λ of the Greek alphabet is an in situ installation and Praxis that Rinos Stefani did in open spaces during the 90’s. They are simple structures made from poles. Many such installations were made on the beach with the engagement of the public. Stefani would ask holiday makers and bathers to help construct this installation. The Iota & Lambda installation besides questioning the relationship between art and play, poses issues of space relations with human activity, sea – land definition, perspective and horizon.
The first Iota & Lambda installations were made at the Polis Chrysochous bay, Akamas area, Cyprus in July 1995.