I name "hidden art" the part of an object which you cannot see until you rotate the object or rotate around it.
Each artwork has its hidden side. Here you can the hidden side of the original Monalisa masterpiece:
My sculptures has a visible side and a hidden side, as those two pictures show:
When the viewer takes into his hands the sculpture and rotate it, then he add two events on the experience:
1. A tactile/weight/texture sensation.
2. The rotation needs some TIME to be done. I added a dimension: my sculptures have 3 dimensions of space, plus the dimension of time needed to rotate the object.
Below you'll find the gallery of pictures of my hidden art sculptures:
Sky of Greece
Middle East is in deep shit
The turkish dictator
An engineer's nighmare
Mark Zukerberg is looking at you
Neo dadaism garden of roses.
The future of mankind.
A tribute to Jasper Johns
Biden's troyan horse
Animals farm in Siberia
Portrait of Bill Gates