'Ex-Voto , the body + the institution' exhibition at the  Galway Arts Centre, Ireland from Jan to Mar 2018. Installation shots courtesy of GalwayArtsCentre.





































These abstract portraits are part  of my research into worship through a vocabulary of movements, from the perspective of the worshipers relationship with a bodily extension ( a prosthesis, in this case a turban) and consequently his god, prioritising his gestures and their historical weight in worship.













These abstract portraits are part  of my research into worship through a vocabulary of movements, from the perspective of the worshippers relationship with a bodily extension ( a prosthesis, in this case a turban) and consequently his god, prioritising his gestures and their historical weight in worship.



















These abstract portraits are part  of my research into worship  and mourning through a vocabulary of movements, from the perspective of the worshippers relationship with a bodily extension ( a prosthesis, in this case a turban) and consequently his god, prioritising his gestures and their historical weight in worship.



My research into the idea, the mechanics and the potential in the gesture of wearing a prosthesis in worship ( in this case , a turban) abstracted into shapes and forms found in drawings and in sculpture.














                                                           Paintings from the exhibition 'Cage of Deliverance'  in August 2016 at Wei Ling Gallery, Kuala Lumpur. See also      http://cageofdeliverance.blogspot.com


Paintings from the exhibition 'Cage of Deliverance'  in August 2016 at Wei Ling Gallery, Kuala Lumpur. See also      http://cageofdeliverance.blogspot.com



Paintings from the exhibition 'Cage of Deliverance'  in August 2016 at Wei Ling Gallery, Kuala Lumpur. See also      http://cageofdeliverance.blogspot.com





These abstract portraits are part  of my research into worship through a vocabulary of movements, from the perspective of the worshipers relationship with (or without)  a bodily extension ( a prosthesis, in this case a turban, a kavadi and a tibetian prayer wheel) and consequently his god, prioritising his gestures and their historical weight in worship.