Left: Installation view “Mixer” 2003,it was shown at Breeder Gallery in Athens, Greece. Mixer as the name conveys is a time based low tech sculpture which makes fun of surveillance satellites of the 70”s and it is built out of domestic cheap materials such as wood, plastic and mirrors and it is connected to a variety of audio-visual inputs such as surveillance cameras, three televisions, DVD players.
Right: installation view “Orbiter ” 2003, was first shown in solo exhibition of the artist at Breeder Gallery in Athens, Greece. “Orbiter” is a hybrid sculptural structure also inspired by the reconnaissance of 18th century and consists of a silver 17 feet (210 cm) diameter helium balloon, which floats in the middle of the gallery. A TV monitor on the floor of the gallery displays videos captured by the artist in three major portals of high security in NYC, such as Grand Central Station, and W.F.C.