Awareness Stone

Karin van Ommeren’s ‘Awareness Stone’ symbolizes eternity through a composition that has no beginning and no end. Ommeren studies our perception of space and volume, and is intrigued by what can be represented through the dynamic spaces found within her work, and how these spaces can impact our awareness.

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Karin van Ommeren studied sculpture at Brussels’ Academy for Fine Art, with a dedicated focus in stone sculpture. In 1993, she won her first prize at an international stone sculpture competition in Taiwan, for which she created a new work for the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.

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Movement in Space

Kamen Tanev’s ‘Movement in Space’ portrays movement and energy through creative innovation, resulting in a dynamic work which embodies motion and progress. For Tanev, sculpture is a formative process involving geometrics, physics, biology and other precise applications. This scientific approach enhances the artist’s ability to share his inspiration and vision in three dimensional work. He creates new meaning through intriguing details, adjusting dimensions and composition, and placing his sculpture in unexpected environments.

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Kamen Tanev (b. 1973) is an award-winning sculptor with a Masters degree in sculpture from the National Academy Of Fine Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria (2000). Tanev works with bronze, stone, and marble, creating abstract and figurative sculptures.

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The Lighthouses

Anna Korver’s ‘The Lighthouses’ is a triptych which combines elements of architecture with the traditional dress of Saudi women. Her work explores the connection that people have to a place, and how this becomes integrated into the view of the self. ‘The Lighthouses’ explore the unique beauty and strength of the feminine perspective through abstract forms. The purpose of the lighthouse is protection and safety, and the artist’s intention with this symbol is to speak to the importance of the feeling of home.

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In-between

Carlos Monge’s ‘In-between’ tries to signify, through sculptural language, a tactile visuality between matter and emptiness, where each one is built on top of the other in complementary opposition. Within this visuality, the marble is poured into the space, developing mobility, finding in the hole all its clarity, its lights and its shadows, demonstrating the possibility of being. Embodying a space where the viewer finds himself with the environment that surrounds him, ‘In-between’ is half refuge, half way. A corner where you can take refuge while imagining the relationship between the interior and the exterior in all its infinite nuances. An osmosis between the intimate space and the indeterminate natural space, their relationships and interdependence. A third space, a cosmos of what is ajar, of what is between two, a fabric where infinite correspondences emerge.

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Catharsis – Not just Eternity, but Infinity

Ana Maria Negară’s ‘Catharsis – Not just Eternity, but Infinity’, is based on the mysterious world of the labyrinth myth, an unexplored world of both certainty and uncertainty. She describes this struggle to balance harmony with chaos and mystery as a struggle of paradoxes. The labyrinth in her sculpture is transformed into Kufic writing, which formed a part of Negară’s doctoral thesis, generating new ways of implementing artistic formulas and, an enormous increase of consciousness for herelf. Negară considers her sculpture as a transdisciplinary piece, since it demonstrates knowledge from diverse fields of activity – art and theology, science and philosophy.

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Lantern

Ali AlJabri developed the concept for his work ‘Lantern’ after researching the rich cultural history of Oman. As a sculptor, his work draws on the language, traditions and knowledge passed down through generations. His sculptural work expresses and documents these influences, and the advancement of science, whilst highlighting the importance of language, both written and spoken, as the carrier of this knowledge.

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Sounds of the Universe

Aleksandar Eftimovski has focused his recent research on sounds found in nature and all living matter on the planet. His research has involved listening to and recording the natural sounds of different organisms. Each sound has a particular character and frequency level, which then becomes the starting point of a project by using the unique 2D oscillation to create a 3D object. Following this model, his work ‘Sounds of the Universe’ explores sounds from outside the earth’s atmosphere, such as stars, planets, and galaxies.

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Perseverance in time

‘Perseverance in Time’ is part of Damjan Komel’s ‘Seeds of Light’ series, wherein seeds are considered as time capsules, vessels traveling through time and space. He uses the form of the maple seed as a metaphor for our dreams and wishes. Blown away by the wind, these seeds fly far to find fertile ground where they sprout into an eternal bloom. Komel also finds inspiration in places he has travelled such as the pyramids in Mexico, or Angkor Wat in Cambodia, where the spiral form is present, as a whisper from the past. For ‘Perseverance in Time’ Komel combines the power of ancient spirals in old ornaments found in Saudi Arabia to grow a contemporary message. This sculpture portrays a man who, over time, is untiringly seeking opportunities, knowledge for new development, personal growth, progress and prosperity.

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Mother of Time

Fernando Pinto’s ‘Mother of Time’ is inspired by an aboriginal concept from the Kogi tribe in Colombia, in which very small stones with bead-like forms are believed to have been made by the minds of distant ancestors and are the carriers of their cultural concept of time: “time never ends or begins, it’s always happening and every second is an eternal cicle in itself”. Pinto’s sculptural works reflect his interests in the similarities that can be found between these ancestral and primitive concepts and the most advanced scientific discoveries.

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Space (Fragment of something bigger)

Georgi Minchev’s ‘Space (Fragment of something bigger)’ is an individual sculpture that is part of an ongoing series of large-format works made mainly of stone and stainless steel. The artist is particularly interested in the specific qualities of the materials, as well as in searching for a universal language of expression.

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Gravity

Isabel H. Langtry’s ‘Gravity’ was conceptualized to respond to the city of Riyadh itself, with local geometric traditions reflected in the architectural features of the work, and protruding elements of the sculpture acting like a sun dial. ‘Gravity’ also connects with outer space, exploring the concept of gravity as an enigmatic force that glues galaxies together, and reflects the scope of human imagination, which interconnects us all through space and time.

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Metamorphosis of Space

Jhon Gogaberishvili’s ‘Metamorphosis of Space’ explores the rhythmic movement and connection between space and form, and the conceptual understanding of the metamorphose of space. Gogaberishvili’s dynamic invasion of space evokes emotion and creates a poetic mood.

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Cosmic Messenger

Jo Kley’s ‘Cosmic Messenger’ explores stone-sculpture as both poetry and prose, without using spoken language. He envisions the art form as grammar and vocabulary with no words, the entity of matter and idea, and energy itself. His work intends to cause illusions and associations, embodying both a material and immaterial energy.

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Relationships

Rajaa Alshafee’s ‘Relations’ explores the human relationship with space and the forces that influence it. Without our existence, a place is meaningless, and our interactions with a place is what gives it poetic significance, and allow us to revisit long-forgotten memories.

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Allah

Wafa Al-Qunibit’s ‘Allah’ is representative of her determination to speak to both the Saudi and International community, using intersecting and overlapping circles carved in marble and depicting the name of God. Throughout her work, she uses geometric design in order to both preserve and promote the identity of Saudi Arabia. As the world expands and we are introduced to new artforms and practices, her oeuvre looks to the future whilst embracing the past and its traditions.

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