Oracle of Human Spirits

Outdoor garden and interior sculptures made of high-temperature ceramic stoneware coated in porcelain and illuminated with a multi-colored, programmable LED lighting system. Prague, Czech Republic.

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Oracle of Tempe

High-fired ceramic sculptures coated with porcelain and illuminated with an LED lighting system. Commissioned for a private desert garden in Tempe, Arizona.

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Between Mars & Jupiter

LED Illuminated mural of painted glass laminated to stainless steel. Commissioned by the Saint-Gobain corporation for the lobby space of their office building located in Kojimachi, Tokyo.

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Alien Spirits

Neon and LED illuminated totemic sculptures created from plasma cut steel, stainless steel, and ceramics. Solo exhibition at the White Gallery in Kyushu, Japan.

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Oracle of Gaia

Solo sculpture exhibition and performance with active sound installation at the Tsukuba Museum of Art in Japan. Neon illuminated 4-meter high totems created from handmade rice paper with silk threads and painted with Sumi ink.

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9 Totems for Ōmeteōtl

Ōmeteōtl was a binary god in Aztec mythology and is comprised of the husband and wife duo Ometecuhtli and Omecihuatl who was responsible for the creation of the universe. Private commission,  Japan

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Worlds in Collision

Sculpture exhibition inspired by Immanuel Velikovsky’s book Worlds in Collision. Mudman’s performance with sound installation. High fired ceramic sculptures illuminated with a neon lighting system and distilled water. Solo exhibition at Gallery Jonaizaka, Mashiko, Japan.

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Hecate

Three Columns for Hecate are made of plasma cut stainless steel with a high polished mirror finish and illuminated with a neon lighting system. Sculpture installation at the Odawara Museum of Natural History. Odawara, Japan.

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Unbalance between Man & Nature

 

Unbalance between Man and Nature – Art performance from Christopher’s senior thesis exhibition at the Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD). High-fired ceramic sculpture installation and performance filmed for the D’Art program, WOSU-TV.

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Lifeline for Kobe

Lifeline for Kobe

 

Sponsored by the KOBELCO Steel Company in Kobe, Japan. Lifeline for Kobe is a 6.4-meter high totem pole created from plasma cut steel and illuminated with a neon lighting system. It was created for the survivors of the Dai Hanshin earthquake.

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