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Assemblages

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RHOMBUS or DIAMOND

2022 – Aluminum Pills Blisters, silicone, plexiglass, led light, cable
140,5 x 140,5 x 5 cm

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BACTERIA – SKATES THE SKATEROOM for ZOUMBOULAKIS GALLERIES

2021 * 82 x 21cm each (appr. 82 x 66 cm the triptych)

Aluminum parts from the back side of the pills blisters on the wooden skateboards provided to the artists by THE SKATEROOM.

For the Greek edition of the very successful social project that collaborates with high profile representatives of the contemporary art globally, merging the philosophy of skateboarding with art, and the support of the endangered youth around the world.

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SILENT “CELLS”

2020 * Aluminum pills’ blisters, aluminum sheets, plexiglass, silicone, acrylic transparent tubes filled with aluminum foils (waste of medicines’ packaging), led light, cable
210 x 85 x 10,5 cm

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ARMOUR OR ANALGESIC DRESS,
HOMAGE TO MONDRIAN & YSL

2020 * Pills blisters and real pills, black adhesive elastic tape for physiotherapy treatments, aluminum sheet, plexiglass, led light and cable,
105 x 60 x 4,5 cm

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PILLOW

2019 • Real pills and acrylic colors on MDF surface, plexiglass cover
63 x 107.5 cm

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ARMORY – ICON

2019 • Aluminum pills blisters, silicone, on canvas, wooden frame
44 x 34 cm

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ARMORY SQUARE – 64

2019 • Aluminum pills blisters, silicone, plexi glass,
64 x 64 cm

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VITRAUX IV ORLEANS

2018 • 142 x 88 x 5cm,
MDF with metallic paint, empty pills blisters on clear plastic sheets, led light, cable

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ARMORY COLUMN – PLACEBO SERIES III

2017 • 220x24x24cm
Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass, light bulb

IT BELONGS TO THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART OF THESSALONIKI

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ARMORY SQUARE – PLACEBO SERIES II

2017 • 140x140cm
Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass, led light tape

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Armory Shield – Placebo Series

2016 • Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, aluminium “foil”,
plexi glass, led light
Φ110cm
IT BELONGS TO THE PERMANENT COLLECTION
OF THE E. AVEROFF MUSEUM, METSOVO, GREECE

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Bacteria VI

2015 • 110x110cm
Small aluminum foils from the back side of the pills’ blisters on canvas, acrylic sprays, warm silicone.

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Bacteria V

2015 • 140x140cm
Small aluminum foils from the back side of the pills’ blisters on canvas, acrylic sprays, warm silicone.

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Armory Square – Placebo Series

2013/2016 • 140x140cm
Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass,
led light tape

IT BELONGS TO THE PERMANENT COLLECTION
OF THE MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

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Mosaic I Lace

2011 • 58x58cm
Mosaic by pills, maquette paper, epoxy resin

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Mosaic II Omphalio

2011 • 103x103cm
Mosaic on MDF, acrylic colors,
pills, plexi glass

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Armory/Shield

2013 • Φ100cm
Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass

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Armory Square Placebo Series

2014/2015 • 88x88cm
Aluminium pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass, led light tape

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Armory Wall

2011 • 100x420cm
Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass

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Bacteria I or Map

2013 • 140x140cm
Small aluminum foils from the back side of the pills’ blisters on canvas, acrylic sprays, warm silicone.

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Bacteria II or Vortex

2013 • 140x140cm
Small aluminum foils from the back side of the pills’ blisters on canvas, acrylic sprays, warm silicone.

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Bacteria III or Star

2013 • 140x140cm
Small aluminum foils from the back side of the pills’ blisters on canvas, acrylic sprays, warm silicone.

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Bacteria IV or Abstract Expressionism

2013 • 140x140cm
Small aluminum foils from the back side of the pills’ blisters on canvas, acrylic sprays, warm silicone.

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Armory

2011 • 100x70cm
Aluminum pills blisters,
silicone, plexi glass

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Vitraux I Rose Window

2011 • 150x150x5cm
MDF, metallic paint,
gelatin, empty pills blisters

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Vitraux II Remedy

2011 • 247x126x5cm
MDF, metallic paint,
gelatin, empty pills blisters

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Vitraux III Poison

2011 • 247x126x5cm
MDF, metallic paint,
gelatin, empty pills blisters

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Vitraux V Window (Sotiria Hospital)

2010 • 251x124x5cm
MDF, paint, gelatin, empty pills blisters
Installation in situ. Group visual arts exhibition “Sotiria/Salvation Project”, Sotiria Hospital, Athens, Greece.

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