Looking at the installation by German artist Michael Sebastian Haas on the Greek island of Paxos is relaxing for both the eyes and the soul. The title is Interface and was conceived for Paxos Contemporary, a project that every year asks artists and creatives to create works closely related to the landscape that this island has to offer. The Berlin-based artist is used to working with different materials, from iron to fabrics, from painting to architectural interventions, always keeping in mind the place where the work will come to life. In this case, his work consists of a huge piece of blue fabric of 225 square meters hanging from a wire above the sea, which then dialogues with the earth, the sky, and the water. The shape of the artwork is totally dependent on the wind of Paxos, which moves the sheet as it pleases, giving the viewer a sense of freedom. When the evening falls, and the wind too, the sheet remains still as if it were a closed curtain and the show ends.