Inflatable works

These inflatable works were the outcome of ARCUS International Artist Residency at Moriya, Ibaraki, Japan in 1999

‘Innocent Globe’ a public outreach project at ARCUS Residency
Local children were made to play with the huge canvas ball before they were asked paint, and asked explore the surface on their own to enjoy the process.
Latex laced canvas ball was in the process of becoming ‘Innocent Globe’
Latex laced canvas ball was in the process of becoming ‘Innocent Globe’
‘Innocent Globe” This work was shown at Nature Morte Gallery in the year 2000 New Delhi
‘Without head and Tail’ inflatable work, printed textile, stitched canvas, latex and air, ARCUS artist residency Moriya Japan 1999, Size: 72″x 65″x30″
This work among other inflatable works were part of the Adelaide Festival of Arts in 2002
‘An Image’ inflatable object was made on the Japanese doll principle, heavy weight was placed at the bottom of the object to push it around.
‘Magic Bed’ inflatable work, Materials: latex on vinyl coated textile, latex and air, ARCUS artist residency Moriya Japan 1999 Size: 50″x 64″x 44″
‘Magic Bed’
This work among other inflatable works were part of the Adelaide Festival of Arts in 2002

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