Okhaos Creations

What we make and why we make it are essentially the same thing. We begin with an idea, a material, an event or even a sculpture – which inevitably grows into something we can learn from. Each artwork we make, we learn more about ourselves and the world around us. It is not uncommon for us to put down the tools, pick up a book about physics or mathematics and stop working for a moment in order to explore the world of the already made for inspiration.

In building our sculptures, we try to utilize simple mechanisms, movements and structures so as to form them into something beautiful and thought-provoking The path to understanding can get amazingly complicated and this journey – while exciting to experience – is incredibly humbling before the vast complexity of even simplest things. The work we do is an illustration of the understanding we achieve through our art.

Inspired from the ideology of open source software and comprehensible technology like the bicycle, our intention is to create open source sculptures, whose mechanisms and creative process are clearly visible and understandable. We take the discarded wonders of humanities efforts, remove paint, strip down machines and transform produced products into a raw material to be understood in a context without concealment or mystery, while creating a sense of wonder and interest.


OXYGEN: Artist Membership Programme

The above artist has enrolled in Kinetica Museum’s artist member programme

Kinetica’s membership scheme was launched in November 2010, and aims to provide Kinetica with the opportunity to extend it’s artist network whilst fostering emerging talent. Oxygen members are entitled to a profile on the Kinetica Museum’s website, and gain access to Kinetica’s interim exhibitions as well as our networks. This year Kinetica is focusing on an international tour, our artist members will have the opportunity to be involved and submit work for the following tour. In December 2013, a group of Kinetica’s Artist Members will be selected for a member’s exhibition in 2014. For more information on our artist membership scheme, please visit the MEMBERSHIP section on this website.