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"Too Much", Unique Fire Table, Amarist


Too Much, Unique Table Year of Design: 2014 Unique Piece. Highlights: Work of art that combines drawing, painting and sculpture. Introduced inside an armoured cube that becomes the structure of the table. Arts and Techniques: Hyperrealism drawing and sculpturing, woodwork, glasswork and metal work. Materials: Paper, paint, glass, metal, carbon fibre and gold platted brass. Personalization: There are two versions for the top pyramid; Sculpture made out of ashes. Option to set the pyramid on fire and controlled decorative fire. Dimensions: Height to tabletop: 810 mm / 31,89 in. Total height: 915 mm / 36 in. tabletop width: 1500 mm / 59 in. Weight: 250 kg / 551 lb approximate. What is the value of money? Amarist studio crosses the line between Art and Design with one of their most provocative creations: “Too much?”. This functional sculpture seeks to provoke a deep thought on the viewer about the volatility of money. “An euro bill by itself is a mere tinted paper representing a figure; 20, 50, 100 and has no more value than the time invested to get it. We just seek to exchange it for a desired object or experience” Out of this meditation we created our unique project “Too much?”. A piece of art transformed into an original dining table made of a glass cube containing partially burnt 50 €uro bills and with a thin biofuel flame rising above its surface. Where the artist reproduced meticulously banknotes from paper using a hyper-realistic technique, and simulated the effect of the burning fire sculpting and petrifying ashes with resin. Amarist Active in contemporary Art and Design. The studio focuses on the creation of functional pieces capable of stimulating the thoughts of the viewer through works that invite to reflect on the world around us. Amarist Studio’s work explores the impact that humanity generates in the world in its continuous evolution. A process that involves observing the imbalances and the gaps that occur in the different cultural assemblages Declaration of the artist The Amarist Studio work within a framework of reflexion and development of pieces critic with today’s international social, cultural and economic conflicts. A series of everyday objects and preconceived symbols of rejection are transformed into functional sculptures to stimulate consciousness. Changing inherited concepts and putting to manifest the consequences behind our actions and interests. All the pieces are characterized by their colossal visual power, transmitting questions and challenging issues of today’s international news.

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There are two versions for the top pyramid; Sculpture made out of ashes. Option to set the pyramid on fire and controlled decorative fire.


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    Amarist (Designer)
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    H 35.83 in. x W 59.06 in. x D 59.06 in.

    H 91 cm x W 150 cm x D 150 cm

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    Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
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