"The marble cutting involves a wet process in closed chambers where the marble dust
settles which otherwise affects the health of labourers working in the units,' she added.
1983), acrylic, charcoal, pastel, marble dust
, collage and transfers on paper, 213.4 x 266.7cm
Painted in bronze, the trophy is made of cold cast marble-a mixture of resin, fiber glass and marble dust
. There are 15 trophies, measuring a foot in length, for the category awards, while three trophies (1 foot and 6 inches each) for the overall awards.
Interestingly, the night-sight pockets on these Ml7s feature glass vials made with marble dust
from the Tomb.
Uygunoglu, "Effect of waste marble dust
content as filler on properties of self-compacting concrete," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
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.
Auda, "Re-use of waste marble dust
in the production of cement and concrete," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
The marble waste includes boulders, pebbles, marble dust
, marble powder, marble cuttings etc.
can be regarded as a low-toxicity particulate matter.
A corner of the loft was dominated by the wall-scale painting Grey Gold Interference, 1965, and the freestanding wall piece Spine on its Side, 1970, made of panels covered in graphite, thickened gesso, and marble dust
, applied with a broom--a performative coda to AbEx.