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The work occupies the third floor of the exhibition space and consists of materials intended for interior decoration (crown foam molding). Various thicknesses, white, elastic verticals connect the architectural details of the exhibition space: ceilings, corners, and floor. The installation intersects invisible, psychological spaces with its abstract character, Psychology, and decolonization – through the analysis of personal experience is the methodology with which I worked on this work.
Installation:Interactive on Plastic
Size:2.8 W x 1.6 H x 0.2 D in
Packaging:Ships Rolled in a Tube
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
I’m a visual artist. I live in Tbilisi, Georgia. A few years ago I was studying at Caucasus University, Faculty of Business, after two years I realized that this wasn’t a field that would allow me to express myself. During this period I became interested in contemporary art and wanted to study at a professional level so I changed my profession. Now I’m a graduate student from the Free University of Tbilisi visual arts and design. Last year I took part in Erasmus + an exchange program and studied for one semester at Chelsea College of London. Last year I was a finalist for the Tsinandali award, which is the only art competition in Georgia. Tsinandali award serves to popularize achievements in contemporary art and promote talent among young, prospective artists. My working medium is sculpture and room installations. The exhibition space where the works displayed is also important for me. Depending on the shapes I create shapes, barriers, and partitions in the space where the visitor has to navigate. I use nonsolid material for example- sheet, organic glass, but my interventions gives it a spatial and special, and sculptural look. When I work on drawings my attitude doesn’t change, I perceive the surface of the canvas as spatial space and try to change it with abstract shapes. When working in space, one material is reproduced and gives the pattern look of an installation, where a similar material and shape is reproducible. This kind of repetition gives the installation dynamism. I have used organic glass in my recent works. I change the look of the material minimally and create architectural forms. The material is transparent and its specific color allows me to filter the reality beyond the object.
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