Indoor Installations

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Moray Hillary, Don Whalen, Tirzo Martha, Graf - Zyx, Benjamin Oppong -danquah, Jorge Llaca, Tamara Albaitis, Bogdan Korczowski, Gligor Stefanov, Sjef Meijman, Jean Charles Dicharry, Leah Oates, Moustafa Al Hatter offering original Indoor Installations artworks.


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Moray Hillary: 'seadiver', 2008 Indoor Installation, Conceptual.
, 2008
Conceptual - Installation
170 x 25 inches (431.8 x 63.5 cm)
Moray Hillary: 'seadiver', 2008 Indoor Installation, Conceptual.
, 2008
Conceptual - Installation
170 x 25 inches (431.8 x 63.5 cm)
Don Whalen: 'retrofit buildings', 2008 Indoor Installation, Interior.  selling non toxic photo luminescent products to retro fit buildings with code approved materials for fire and catastrophic conditions, Exit signs, stair nosings or markers, tapes, paints, ect. if U need it to show, make it glow! ...
Interior - Installation
14 x 6 inches (35.6 x 15.2 cm)
Tirzo Martha: 'Spirit of the Caribe', 2007 Indoor Installation, Culture.  The reality behind the Caribbean life ...
Culture - Installation
3 x 4 m (9.84 x 13.12 feet)
Tirzo Martha: 'Successfool Antillean', 2007 Indoor Installation, Culture.  Measuring success with material possession ...
Culture - Installation
5 x 4 m (16.40 x 13.12 feet)
Graf - Zyx: 'If It ', 2007 Indoor Installation, Abstract Figurative. GRAF+ZYX : I- F. IT - from 0 to infinite : WEBCLIP [ interactive] - video clip 03: 40 min. [ 1980- 2007] .Installation: Aluminium- construction, 1 Canvas, 1 Projector, 1 Computer, 1 Hi- Fi- system. Installation can deliverd without technic: Flash- projector on DVD or per download ( Price $ 500) . The internet- work will be ...
, 2007
Abstract Figurative - Installation
600 x 400 cm (236.2 x 157.5 inches)
Tirzo Martha: 'The Suicide Note', 2007 Indoor Installation, Conceptual.  State of mind and conditions surrounding a suicidal thought ...
Conceptual - Installation
4 x 2 m (13.12 x 6.56 feet)
Benjamin Oppong -danquah: '     CALABASH DESIGN', 2005 Indoor Installation, Ethnic.   This is a design made on calabashes and placed on wooden frame to be hangedin rooms as decorative items. They are normaly used to decorate hotels, halls reception rooms etc. ...
Ethnic - Installation
60 x 40 cm (23.6 x 15.7 inches)
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Tirzo Martha: 'Culture vs Popularity vs Politics vs the People vs Tradition vs History', 2007 Indoor Installation, Conceptual.  Todays contradictions running our societies ...
Conceptual - Installation
5 x 3 m (16.40 x 9.84 feet)
Tirzo Martha: 'Welcome to the republic of the caribbean', 2007 Indoor Installation, Conceptual.  The new Republic of the Caribbean ...
Conceptual - Installation
3 x 4 m (9.84 x 13.12 feet)
Jorge Llaca: 'La urdimbre de la Imaginacion', 2006 Indoor Installation, Portrait. Ohter views of the same artwork...
Portrait - Installation
110 x 140 cm (43.3 x 55.1 inches)
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Jorge Llaca: 'La Urdimbre de la Imaginacion', 2006 Indoor Installation, Portrait. Installation consisting in the representation of the conflict surrounding man, and his ideas, linking him to the things that truly matter, as an introspection....
Portrait - Installation
90 x 140 cm (35.4 x 55.1 inches)
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Tirzo Martha: 'Pieta', 2005 Indoor Installation, Inspirational. This is the contemporary Caribbean version of the Pieta...
, 2005
Inspirational - Installation
150 x 200 cm (59.1 x 78.7 inches)
Tirzo Martha: 'Contemporary Painters', 2005 Indoor Installation, Other. The commercial mentality of painters. ...
Other - Installation
200 x 200 cm (78.7 x 78.7 inches)
Tamara Albaitis: 'Morning Glory detail', 2004 Indoor Installation, Representational. This is a detail of the wicking process created by the hot water and 20 lbs. of coffee used for this project.  Please refer to the previous photograph to see an overview of the installation. ...
Representational - Installation
9 x 10 feet (2.74 x 3.05 m)
Tamara Albaitis: 'Morning Glory', 2004 Indoor Installation, Religious. This picture and the next are documentation of an indoor sound installation that consists of: 20lbs. of ground coffee, 6 ten- foot Chinese paper scrolls, hot water and stereo speakers eminating the sound of a coffee maker percolating. ...
Religious - Installation
9 x 10 feet (2.74 x 3.05 m)
Tamara Albaitis: 'Levels of Happiness', 2004 Indoor Installation, Healing. My investigation of everyday objects that we use in our lives, that become daily rituals, lead me to my bed.  Here we find peace and navigate through the unconscious. ...
Healing - Installation
6 x 4 feet (1.83 x 1.22 m)
Bogdan Korczowski: 'cartontheque', 2000 Indoor Installation, Abstract.
Abstract - Installation
400 x 200 cm (157.5 x 78.7 inches)
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Gligor Stefanov: 'Linear Sreaphim', 2004 Indoor Installation, Abstract.
Abstract - Installation
285 x 525 cm (112.2 x 206.7 inches)
Sjef Meijman: 'weegschaal', 2003 Indoor Installation, nature. at this moment, the stone is more heavy than the tree...
, 2003
nature - Installation
200 x 150 cm (78.7 x 59.1 inches)
Jean Charles Dicharry: 'Patience', 2003 Indoor Installation, Figurative. Raphael figure treated as a neo- classical sanguine. Diluted pigments in acrylic medium and varnish. Ageing techniques for authenticity...
, 2003
Figurative - Installation
4 x 6 feet (1.22 x 1.83 m)
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Leah Oates: 'PARADURA 2', 2002 Indoor Installation, nature. installation of c- prints, artists books and sculpture...
, 2002
nature - Installation
450 x 0 inches (1143.0 x 0.0 cm)
Leah Oates: 'PARADURA 2', 2002 Indoor Installation, nature. installation of c- prints, artist books andsculpture...
, 2002
nature - Installation
450 x 0 inches (1143.0 x 0.0 cm)
Leah Oates: 'PARADURA 2', 2002 Indoor Installation, nature. Installation of c- prints, artists books and sculpture...
, 2002
nature - Installation
450 x 0 feet (137.16 x 0.00 m)
Moustafa  Al Hatter: 'TIERRA DEL DOL', 2002 Indoor Installation, Abstract. ABSTRACT SCULPTURE- PAINTING...
Abstract - Installation
92 x 93 cm (36.2 x 36.6 inches)
Moustafa  Al Hatter: 'EL FONDO DEL MER', 2002 Indoor Installation, Abstract. ABSTRACT SCULPTURE- PAINTING...
Abstract - Installation
93 x 108 cm (36.6 x 42.5 inches)
Moustafa  Al Hatter: 'ME VIDA PASSADA', 1998 Indoor Installation, Abstract. ABSTRACT SCULPTURE- PAINTING...
Abstract - Installation
80 x 120 cm (31.5 x 47.2 inches)
Moustafa  Al Hatter: 'LA EDAD DEL SOL', 2002 Indoor Installation, Abstract. ABSTRACT SCULPUTRA- PAINTING...
Abstract - Installation
80 x 120 cm (31.5 x 47.2 inches)
Moustafa  Al Hatter: 'Millenary Dimensions', 2000 Indoor Installation, Abstract. ABSTRACT SCULPTURE- PAINTING...
Abstract - Installation
61 x 61 cm (24.0 x 24.0 inches)
Angel Alejandro: 'The Spiritual Dream', 2002 Indoor Installation, Other. Several figures made from reclycled vinyl material covered with reflective vinyl. This photo was taken without flash....
Other - Installation
14 x 8 feet (4.27 x 2.44 m)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Tirzo Martha - The material doesn't need to be filled with words. It speaks for itself. It is our consciousness that has to translate it for us. My work is a loyal mirror of our societies, a reflection of a fragment from the thin line between fiction and reality. Tirzo Martha 2004...

Graf - Zyx - GRAF+ZYX : MUSEUM OF PRIVATE ARTS Already in the late 1970s GRAF+ZYX committed themselves to the ,,aestheticisation of everyday life" in all fields of a cross-culture. Their works with video, computer, laser, web design and programming, photography, graphic design, video sculpture, and music are visually influenced by Pop Art, Constructivism, Futurism, Dadaism and contemporary design, and musically rooted in Beat and Electronic Rock of the 60s and 70s, Free Jazz and classical modern music, whereas the lyrics in English - always composed and interpreted by GRAF+ZYX themselves - resemble obscure, existentialist dialogues. When required, voice modulation transforms the lyrics into a linguistically indefinable echoism. Their conceptual approach and their theoretical texts on their intermedia works can also be understood from these universal aspects. Beauty next to ugliness and complex sophisticated constructions next to stereotypical simplicity, in peaceful co-existence. An intellectually harsh phrase next to an aesthetically disorientating, exuberant emotionality to the point of a ,,comix", which is directed at unsettling the audience in general. As soon as the viewer believes in having fully grasped the artistic intention and relaxes in the certainty of his observation, another subliminally delivered cynical phrasing is guaranteed to foil this idyll. GRAF+ZYX ...

Benjamin Oppong -Danquah - BENJAMIN OPPONG DANQUAH Producer of collarge art, paintings and wall hangings. Potraits, pet portraits and house potraits,Designs for textile prints,logos,illustrations and a painter/decorator. _____________________________________________________ I was born on the 5th of December 1967 in Accra Ghana. Had my O'level at Nsutaman Catholic Secondary School,Ghana. A'level at Wenchi Methodist Secondary School, Ghana. Finally had Diploma of Art at the University of Science and Technology Kumasi, Ghana. OTHER TRAINING Entrepreneurial courses and workshops in Accra, Ghana and foundation course in export marketing.Entrepreneurial training workshop on business management. WORK EXPERIENCE National Service at Asante Mampong National Service Secretariat on projects.As project person,I produce art works for the secretariat to raise funds.As a teacher I also taught Graphic design (Print Making), Picture making and calabash art at Cambridge Junior Secondary, a Private school in kumasi, Ghana.I also taught some senior secondary school students part-time in picture making. I am a member of Watford Area Art Forum, Watford African Caribbean Association in Watford Britain. I have done few art workshops in drawing and painting in Watford. I have my own registered company in Ghana a small scale company (Ben-Art Enterprise) and...

Jorge Llaca - Introduction. The main features that best describe my work, are closely related to the unconscious images of death and eroticism. Both present as methaphors of life and death, and a clearly intended physical resolution of the symbolos behind the myth of "Eros & Thanatos". "Our existence is embedded in an endless circle of life and death. We are forced into the conflict, surrounded by metaphors of beginnings and endings". "Today, we find the real truth of our existence in recycling and composting: giving to the universe that which has been given to us in life, with the payment of our own death, so life can emerge again." Life-death-life. (Jorge Llaca, winter 2001) Professional career. The first period starts back in early 70's, as a fine arts student. Times in which I was involved working in private workshops and art centres, with an extense list of teachers and mentors. Some of which had a long course experience and recognition within the national art circles in Mexico, as it is the case of Teresa Citto a well known Italian painter. Also as part of this learning period, I attended private Universities such as the University of the Claustro de Sor ...

Tamara Albaitis - Artist Statement I create objects, sounds and installations that are derived from observations in daily life. I'm particularly interested in daily rituals, routines, and everyday objects, with emphasis on temporal progression. Naturally, these things lead to unpredictability, fluctuation, and the inevitability of change which drives my work intuitively. I'm sensitive to details and intrigued by the contradictions they embrace. All this makes it permissible for me to be nurturing, ironic, and hypocritical, bringing me closer to obscuring our perceived boundaries between art and life. In this current body of work, I'm investigating Acousmatics - this is when we rupture the representational characteristics of sound and delve deeper into the sensations and personal meanings of sounds. I'm particularly interested in our relationships with common natural sounds, and how they are re-produced through unnatural technology. Using raw speakers and audio wire as sculptural objects, I intend to provide a space where we can appreciate natural and implied systems that make up our world, posing questions as to how far technology can actually benefit and enrich our daily lives. The spaces where these experiments exist are taken into consideration; they play a key part in the sculptural and conditional ...

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Gligor Stefanov - The work of interventions, installations, and objects are site-specific and many of them do not exist any more. Visual documentation through photographs communicates the finished work on site and often the process as well. The used materials are exclusively natural (straw, mud, grass, hay, pine needle, cotton, wood) as an attempt to analyze their features in their pure state of existence (structure, color, smell, texture, warmth). Work divided in cycles where the themes were a "vehicle" of exploration, starting points and possibilities for research. In the early, cycle of "linear interventions", the material as the dominant element of value replaced by space in order to mould it into a living organism - a new biological environment. The cycle of "angels" demonstrated the intention to enter metaphysical sphere. Those winged objects move within the sphere of the accumulation of natural material and energy with spiritual energy inside it. My work currently focuses on a variety of building nest structures, where egg becomes for a moment the center of the entire universe, the evidence of a cosmic situation. Every peace of art is a story of rhythms, tensions, conflicts, meditations and prayers. Each line of straw, in the dynamic and linearity of ...

Jean Charles Dicharry - DICHARRY & HARPER Original interiors - Exclusive designs Creation of original frescoes, trompe l'oeil architectural decoration, painted furniture & accessories. International atelier dedicated to creating unique environments for residential and commercial applications. For project proposals CD Rom inter-active presentation of portfolio free on request. Web site: www.jean-charles-dicharry.com Publications: Printed: NEW YORK MAGAZINE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE NEWSDAY MAGAZINE MIRABELLA ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST HOUSE & GARDEN (ORIGINAL, NEW & BRITISH VERSIONS) ELLE DECOR (ITALIAN VERSION) CUMHURIYET METROPOLITAN HOME INTERIOR DESIGN ETC. Multi-media: Japanese broadcast about a frescoe in Soho NY japanese broadcast about a collection in Paris France Broadcast about a frescoe on CNN in New York Design Collaborations (Partial Listing): JID JOHNSON JOHN SALADINO JUAN MONTOYA SAMUEL BOTERO JACQUES GRANGE DAVID HICKS NANCY HUANG HILTON MC CONNICO IKE, KLIEGERMAN & BARKLEY M. GROUP Clients (Partial Listing): STEFANO PILATI, DIRECTOR OF CREATION FOR YVES SAINT LAURENT MRS. EMILY FRICK M. & MRS. MICHAEL & DIANDRA DOUGLAS M. JUAN MONTOYA TIFFANY & COMPANY BERGDORF GOODMAN STUART WEITZMAN - FRETTE - LA PERLA M. & MRS. RESNICK, FRANKLIN MINT MRS DIANA BROOKS, PRESIDENT, SOTHEBY'S THE HON. PERETTY, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF NEW JERSEY M. & MRS. MARWAN BOODAI, JAZEERA AIRWAYS Contact: Cel: 33 6 61 88 95 27 NEW ...

Leah Oates - My current body of work explores the passage of time and the fragmentation of memory during the moment of perceiving. In each moment hundreds of small gestures are expressed, motions taken, words spoken, sounds heard, and images recorded. I use the impression of these moments by condensing, grouping, double exposing and blurring images and found objects and thus have constructed a more fluid and emotionally charged interpretation of passing time. By presenting a fuller and more abstract recording of perception and emotion my work captures the wonder, confusion and fullness of the whole moment. My work begins in a specific location gathering fragments of sound, image, smell and emotional response to environment and space. I collect and accumulate many images and found objects based on time spent in a specific location. From this collection process I make a series works that include artists' books, digital prints, c-prints, light boxes, installations and sculpture. This process of working through an idea is similar to alchemy as I let the work and my research guide me. ...

Moustafa Al Hatter - Artist Statement The important change of my pictorial background took place In the Caribbean, I found myself immersed in the tropical light, which suggested an approximation and rediscovering of color, but the big change happened in Egypt I was touched by its great ancient civilizations. Maybe the transformation in Egypt and in the Caribbean was due to the accumulation of remembrances of my travels to different countries all over the world that were finally settled and allowed the technical and stylistic turn of my painting. Moreover I began to capture those magical and mysterious moments of life, from the obvious that can be seen by my eyes, to the visionary that is perceived by my heart and soul. In my work of art, I abandon the representation of reality, and Stay away from mundane affairs. There is an intention to paint from my memory, which gathers and molds the remembrance of travels, promenades in mysterious old civilizations, and in tropical latitudes. The conventional means of expression is put aside, thus allowing spontaneity with the intention of preserving directness and originality of the living experience. I have placed my art into compartments, while maintaining a sense of unity. The small painted ...