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Sculpture

Artist Name: John Yannis Generalis
Material: Acrylic Paint, Hand crafted, Varnished, Wood
Price: R1,100.00
Reference: Yannis' webpage

A tray table depicting a two-person hand game. It is often used as a selection method in a similar way to coin flipping or drawing straws to randomly select a person for some purpose. However, unlike truly random selections, it can be played with skill if the game extends over many sessions, as a player can often recognize and exploit the non-random behavior of an opponent. The exact name of the game can vary, with the three components appearing in a different order, or with "stone" in place of "rock".

Artist Name: John Yannis Generalis
Material: Acrylic on canvas, Steel frame
Price: R3,500.00
Reference: Yannis' webpage

The concept for this artwork originates from the popular CBS television-series, “Bing Bang Theory”. One of the functional characters, Sheldon Cooper came up with paper-scissor-rock-spock and lizard.

Artist Name: John Yannis Generalis
Material: Acrylic on Board, Found object(s), Mixed media
Price: R2,250.00
Reference: Yannis' webpage

This artwork consists of a Board Game with loose pieces and dices. The Empire Strikes Back Board Game refers to The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back) - a 1980 American epic space opera film.

East and West are indicated on the Board and hints to the re-emerging of superpowers. The game has been replicated from a 10th Century board game that originates from a Byzantine Roman Empire where they played the exact same game, but with 12 pieces and 3 dices. 

Artist Name: Ann-Marie Tully
Material: Found object(s), Mixed media
Price: R3,500.00
Reference: Visit Tully's blog
Slight of hand (or The turn of instrumental reason) (series)
The Slight of hand or Turn of instrumental reason (2014) series of altered
sewing machines relates to the marginalisation and animalisation of !Xam
speakers. These mechanical and kinetic assemblages feature paintings on
the palms of the ‘grafted-on’ hands of human, animal and therianthropic
forms drawn from San rock paintings, and images of individuals from the
colonial African stage; in particular referencing the Bleek family, who hosted a

Paintings

Artist Name: John Yannis Generalis
Material: Acrylic on canvas
Price: R7,000.00
Reference: Yannis' webpage

“Ping Pong” exhibits the SMS conversation between a couple and shows the lust and desires of these individuals.

Artist Name: John Yannis Generalis
Material: Acrylic on canvas, Found object(s), Mixed media
Price: R1,250.00
Reference: Yannis' webpage

Pass the Pigs, was a popular board game in the late 1980s (commercial version of the dice game Pig). An early publishing of Pass the Pigs was entitled Pig Mania! Each turn involves one player throwing two model pigs, each of which has a dot on one side. The player gains or loses points based on how the pigs land. Each turn lasts until the player throwing either roll the pigs in a way that wipes out their current turn score or decides to stop their turn, add their turn score to their total score and pass the pigs to the next player.

Artist Name: John Yannis Generalis
Material: Acrylic on canvas, Found object(s), Mixed media
Price: R1,500.00
Reference: Yannis' webpage

This artwork has a fetish-feel to it as suspends from a Bulldog collar and chain. On the one side there is Bear on Bear (which has a gay connotation), on the other side it’s bull on bull, but it’s called dog. It refers to the Stock Market. 

Artist Name: Sally Rumball
Material: Acrylic Paint, Wood
Price: R1,430.00

In this series of paintings on wooden blocks artist, Sally Rumball reflects on issues relating to her own being.

Artist Name: Sally Rumball
Material: Acrylic Paint, Wood
Price: R1,430.00

In this series of paintings on wooden blocks artist, Sally Rumball reflects on issues relating to her own being.

Artist Name: Sally Rumball
Material: Acrylic Paint, Wood
Price: R1,430.00

In this series of paintings on wooden blocks artist, Sally Rumball reflects on issues relating to her own being .

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