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'Ouroboros'
Designer
Description & Materials
This sculpture is inspired by the Ouroboros, the ancient symbol depicting a serpent eating its tail and representing the cycle of life. Made of over 16,000 single pieces of cast bronze and well over 32,000 manoeuvres by the artisan, this eleven-metre moebial band is enfolded by an ever-unfolding geometric pattern. The matrix expands and contracts seamlessly following an algorithmic sequence. 16,000 single pieces of cast bronze
Editions
Limited edition of 3 pieces + 2 Artist Proof - 3/3
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'Icarus'
Designer
Description & Materials
An ornament for the neck made of two parts, Icarus, a span of wings and a separate body of a falcon, 8800. Together they are composed of around 150 smaller parts, which were hammered into shape, polished, and arranged individually - 18K gold plated bronze
Editions
Limited edition of 3 pieces +1 Artist Proof - 1/3
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'Diadema'
Designer
Description & Materials
An urchin-like ornament for the neck composed of ninety sections with a shape inspired from a pectoral fin; the organ of locomotion and balance - gold plated bronze
Editions
Limited edition of 5 pieces + 1 Artist Proof- 1/5
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'Pendulum no 9'
Designer
Description & Materials
Made of Aluminum , Marble or Bronze
Editions
Limited edition of 7 pieces + 1 Artist Proof each
Artists
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Ranya Sarakbi

 

 

Ranya Sarakbi  is a self‐taught painter and sculptor. She graduated from the American university of Beirut with a BA in anthropology and sociology. She currently lives and works in Milan,Italy.

 

Her practice stems from the exploration of the relationship between humankind, nature and all phenomena that result of it, the cycle of life, the discovery of the soul and its role in the context of life’s ephemeral nature. . 

 

Her work has been showcased in many design fairs such as Beirut Art fair, PAD London, the Boghossian foundation and Design New York. 

 


  • 'Ouroboros'

  • 'Icarus'

  • 'Diadema'

  • 'Pendulum no 9'