marble dust

marble dust

[′mär·bəl ‚dəst]
(materials)
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Other works in the show include Autoportrait a l'atelier - a video by well-known French artist and pioneer of video art Ange Leccia, where the artist has filmed himself waiting in his studio for the apparition of an idea to appear; Tunisian Swiss artist Ismail Bahri's hypnotic video, Denouement, which plays on the slow and ghostly apparition of a human figure, from a diaphanous smudge; and Lebanese artist Dala Nasser's thought provoking installation featuring trauma blankets, marble dust and liquid latex.
He can be spotted at Bahrain Bay covered in marble dust with a grinder in his hand, pushing through the scorching midday heat to make sure the project is completed on time.
The marble waste includes boulders, pebbles, marble dust, marble powder, marble cuttings etc.
Reuse of waste marble dust in the production of cement and concrete.
Pool plaster: cement: ASTM (american society for testing and materials); aggregate: white marble dust with 85 minimum brightness value uniformly value uniformly graded; water: clean, fresh, potable and free of mineral or organic matter which can affect plaster.
In such applications, only limestone or marble dust which meets the specification contained in Section 75.
Stabilization of soil by waste marble dust in Proceeding of the fourth national marble symposium, Turkey, December 1819" p.
This in fact also pointed out to their failure to recognise that water containing marble dust often discharged into sewer to pollute the receiving watercourses.
But ultimately I would have liked a little bit more of the mess of the studio to have entered the equation, perhaps divulging more about the significance of Tapies's process, in which nontraditional materials, such as marble dust, sand, and other earthy substances, were allowed to contaminate the purity of his media in a subtle critique of the violence that permeated life in Franco's Spain.
A picture of a bare breast of Ruth brings up this anecdote: Michelangelo used to joke that his wet nurse was the wife of a stone carver, and the marble dust in her milk set Michelangelo on the path to become a great sculptor.
While Atul Dodiya asks some provoking questions through his acrylic watercolour on canvas sprinkled with marble dust and Bharti Kher plays around with her favourite red bindi s on an aluminum panel to create a hyperbolic spiral, the young duo of Thukral and Tagra have contributed one of the works from their ' Dominus Aeries -- Escape' series.
Mixing resin, graphite and marble dust into the molten beeswax, Harris has built, scribbled and etched layered surfaces that suggest deep illuminated space.