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Selection of Available Works


Mandala no. 1, 2001, hand-cut paper, 40 x 40 cm

The Mandala's are a series of intricate hand-cut variations
on the circle and square, created by Zoe Keramea for the
Mandala Memory game for the iPhone and iPad, in
collaboration with DuKode Studio, Brooklyn, New York.
The digital version emerged from a physical board game,
'PinCutFoldBlowUp',  that was originally included as an
artist's project in the Drawing Papers 54 - Zoe Keramea:
Geometry of Paradox, published by The Drawing Center, NY
in 2005.

All works are cut from Mulberry paper. All designs are original
and there are four different sizes, all framed (40 x 40 cm,
80 x 80 cm, 150 x 150 cm, 181 x 181 cm).


April - May 2000 Arc Ark, 2010, Douglas Fir, Redwood,
Western Red Cedar, Ash, Mahogany, Black Walnut,
Oak, resin and fibreglass.

117 Sony DAT tapes containing BBC interviews with Members of Parliament outside the Commons and Westminster Hall from 14th April 2000 – 9th May 2000.
88cm long x 25cm wide x 21.5cm high

Imagining a flood April-May 2000 Arc Ark is designed to float,
but also to spin within a flow of water, freeing it from being
snagged by other debris, allowing it the possibility of travelling long distances until recovered. Inside, the 117 DAT audio  recordings of BBC interviews with MP’s during three weeks of spring 2000 potentially becomes the basis for rebuilding a culture. Yet the rotation of the vessel containing them, while directing it towards recovery also has the capacity to cause distortion, obliterating the contents’ collective message.

This highly original and beautifully shaped sculpture is made with warm coloured strips of polished wood, using the technique of the kayak builders.


Light spiral ø 60cm, white marble from the island of Naxos

Ingbert Brunk, who grew up in Germany where he studied sculpture, travelled to the island of Naxos on holiday and fell in love with the crystalline quality of the local marble. He has not left since and for 30 years now of continuous output, he has been focusing entirely on developing the skills and forms that will enhance ever more the various colour shades, the transparency, and the lightness of the material.  He manages to carefully select the blocks of stone from the quarry and shape them into perfect and smooth forms and surfaces that respect the natural qualities of the marble. Playing with the natural and coloured layers of marble, he creates a pictorial effect akin to painting. The works are often very fragile, counter to the perception of marble as a heavy stone. The intimate presence of the ancient world is apparent not only in the choice of material, but also in the simplicity of his "vessel-sculpture," which demonstrate affinities with the stone cups of the Cycladic culture. Through the virtuosity of the surface treatment, they unite the archaic vocabulary of form with calculated modern elegance drawn from a minimalist modernist tradition.

Spiral is a major work by the artist.


HXOS (ICHOS or SOUND), 2012, marble sculpture

Part of a series of white and black marble sculptures that form words of a poem lingering through space.


Assuming Aristotelian Universal Proposition I, 2011, acrylic, gouache on hand made paper, 78 x 57 cm

The artist's characteristic and detailed paintings on paper depict close ups of modernist architecture. 


Under squeezing, 2011, oil on canvas, 180 x 115 cm

This young Greek artist has developed a style of her own, both in subject and execution. Using soft hues and working in layers that allow for an eerie atmosphere, her paintings at first sight do not betray their often brutal subjects. 

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