Through this installation, a general mood of the city of Athens is described. The city is trying to balance between cultural beauty and abandonment and crisis. Architectural and domestic objects along with stray cats as an expression of the Athenian atmosphere. 

 

 

 

 

'Stray'

Concrete, paper, fabric, wood, paint, steel, duct tape

Variable dimensions 

March 2019 

'Stray'

Concrete, steel, 

120cm x 52cm x 54cm 

March 2019 

'Stray'

Concrete, steel, 

40cm x 24cm x 8cm 

March 2019 

'Stray'

Concrete, steel, 

50cm x 25cm x 9cm 

March 2019 

'Stray'

Concrete, steel, 

30cm x 23cm x 8cm 

March 2019 

'Stray'

Plaster, steel, Rubber chips, baby oil  

Variable dimensions 

March 2019 

'First back onto three'

foam, plaster

H: 2,05m 

'As best she can'

Rubber Chips, baby oil 

1,20m x 50cm x 70cm

June 2017

A material to construct running tracks is used here to relate human body to time and space. This flooring becomes a moving form connecting to the human body itself which somehow becomes an abstraction - a form seeking definition. 

'Then more and more plain'

Jesmonite

Variable Dimensions

A result of 3D scanning experimentation. A competition with a 3D scanner, using reflective materials and mirrors to trick it into failure. 

Untitled

plaster, foam 

August 2016 

This piece comes directly from track and field and it describes a piece of sprinting surface that is cut and rolled.

Pieces of foam have been dipped into plaster and were rather randomly left to dry on a wooden armature. 

Untitled 

Styrofoam

December 2015

70cm x 35cm x 25cm

'In the end too heavy'

Jesmonite, fabric

90cm x 65cm x 58cm 

May 2017

An object that balances between being an upside-down female figure and some flat topped cones that refer to inhibition. 

Drawing 
Fabric, Jesmonite, Foam, Vinamold

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