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Teratogenesis Figures

 Welded mild steel and found objects / dimensions variable.

 Started in 2013, this body of work consists of sculptural forms and prototype models referring to the fauna, flora and architecture of a post-apocalyptic era. Teratogenesis Figures aim to physically contribute to the realisation and organic synthesis of animation projects.   

Arachnoids - Konstantinos Grigoriadis
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Arachnoids - Elxis III
Arachnoids and Octapods
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Detail from Arachnoids S33
Solar Arachnoids
Arachne
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Arthropod 13
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Arachnoids and Octapods

 Situated in a post-apocalyptic and dystopian world, this practice illustrates the dialogue between biological and mechanical, microcosmic and macrocosmic, natural and artificial space. 

As a metaphor, the Found objects assemblage is an exploration of the form as a result of connecting two contrasting systems. When the antithetical functions of the objects converge, it is suggested that the 'new species' are capable to adapt into new environments.

 Arachnoids have been exhibited in London Science Museum ( Living Machines 2013 ) , Mission Gallery (Convergence 2013) - Swansea, Colony 2015 - Port Talbot, Art Space - Cardigan, W.C.F.F.S.T.Y. Undegun - Wrexham and Arcade Campfa (Intersection 2019) - Cardiff.

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Biomech Gargoyle IV
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Biomechanical

 Body of work addressed to a dystopian, cyborgian and biomechanical context. Situated in an organic-machine interface, the grotesque framework generates an allegory for social reality; providing the shape and critical vision of mutated form and identity. Various media / Dimensions variable.

Stop-motion animation
(Re)Birth of Absurdity

(Re)Birth of Absurdity

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Lawn Mower

Lawn Mower

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The Hunt

The Hunt

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Neo Sci-Fi Noir exp. test 34 A

Neo Sci-Fi Noir exp. test 34 A

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Stop - Motion Animation

 Work in progress