mixed media

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me-Limnos

2013


May 2013
acrylics/mixed technique painting on canvas, Ø 60cm

prayer

2000

prayer

bonsai "ready made", fabrics, basket, baby sheet, tar,
household oil paint; 38 * 52 * 33 cm; 2000

Biennial of the Young Artists of Europe and the Mediterranean
SARAJEVO 2001

 

This work has as its starting point the prayer flags of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
For centuries, Tibetan Buddhists have hung these flags to mark places of spiritual significance.
Wherever wind meets prayer, the flags carry their blessings for the benefit of all beings.

Here the Bonsai is rescued like Moses in a basket following the waterways; prayers travel by following the wind.
There is also a play with scale: the large becomes small and the small large -
" To see a world in a grain of sand,
and a heaven in a wild flower" W. Blake

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Time-net(work)

2000

Time-net(work)

Fishing net, multi prismatic transparent beads, colour beads, threads;
variable dimensions (conventionally 180 * 180 cm); 2000

Biennial of the Young Artists of Europe and the Mediterranean
SARAJEVO 2001

 

We can imagine the world as an infinite net.
The net is also the visual representation of a motionless, integrated time, a time in which everything has happened
instantaneously.

The threads weaving it are the relationships and routes that link each bead to the ones close to it as well as to any other
bead, no matter how distant. Each bead may be a living being, an event, a fragment of time.

Chaos, the true structure of things and the tissue that binds them, restores the undifferentiated unity in which the
coincidence of antithetical qualities is possible.


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