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energy doesn´t die but is transformed

technique: plexiglass / aluminium / LED dimensions: 150 x 300 cm year: 2014

resonance of sound

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 100 x 200 cm year: 2016

magnetic resonance

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 100 x 200 cm year: 2016

Coordinated Meteorite

technique: plexiglass / aluminium / LED dimensions: 50 x 50 x 260 year: 2015

triple north

technique: graphics plates on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 300 x 150 cm year: 2012

balance by 360

technique: light object / graphic on plexiglass / aluminium / dimensions: ø 190 cm year: 2012

blob of paint

technique: graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: ø 150 cm year: 2012

in the Hive

technique: graphic on glass / aluminium dimensions: 120 x 80 cm year: 2010

vibrating alert

technique: plexi glass & aluminium & intelligent Remote Control dimensions: ø 150 cm year: 2011

...

technique: plexi glass & aluminium & intelligent Remote Control dimensions: 150 x 150 x 10 cm year: 2011

reflection

technique: plexi glass & aluminium & intelligent Remote Control dimensions: 300 x 150 x 10 cm year: 2011

1 x 8

technique: plexi glass & aluminium & intelligent Remote Control dimensions: 150 x 150 x 10 cm year: 2011

3 x 3

technique: plexi glass & aluminium & intelligent Remote Control dimensions: 200 x 200 x 10 cm year: 2011

+ -

technique: plexi glass & aluminium & intelligent Remote Control dimensions: 1100 x 260 cm year: 2011

s vs c

technique: graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: ø 100 cm year: 2012

+ & -

technique: plexiglass dimensions: ø 80 cm year: 2009

galaxy

technique: plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 150 x 100 cm year: 2013

sixtimes

technique: light object / graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 85 x 300 cm year: 2013

triple north II

technique: light object / graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: ø 190 cm year: 2013

flash

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 150 x 900 cm year: 2015

s 1

technique: graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: Ø 100 cm year: 2015

flash II

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 50 x 210 cm year: 2015

triple north III

technique: light object / graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: ø 150 cm year: 2014

pulsing energy

technique: light object / plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 150 x 300 cm year: 2014

CMYK

technique: light object / graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 100 x 100 cm year: 2010

pentax

technique: light object / plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 170 x 170 x 170 cm year: 2013

aqua

technique: stainless steel dimensions: 120 x 800 cm year: 2016

cyber-loop

technique: STEEL dimensions: 260 x 20 x 260 cm year: 2009

Site specific for Gallery Nedbalka - Bratislava, Slovakia

technique: glass & iron dimensions: ø 550 cm year: 2012

WATER CLOCK for KOSCOM

technique: cybernetic sculpture dimensions: 200 x 60 cm year: 2014

Ice explosion wall

technique: 1000 plexiglass plates dimensions: 550 x 100 cm year:

headwater level

technique: glass / metal dimensions: 220 x 220 x 450 cm year: 2008

all for one one for all

technique: STEEL dimensions: 350 x 250 x 550 cm year: 2010

cyber-loop

technique: optical glass dimensions: 450 x 450 x 100 mm year: 2012

rio

technique: optical glass dimensions: 500 x 500 x 150 mm year: 2012

explosion white line

technique: optical polished plate glass dimensions: 150 x 150 x 500 mm year: 2012

i love moiré

technique: polishede optical plate glass / glued dimensions: 500 x 150 x 150 mm year: 2011

x

technique: polishede optical plate glass / glued dimensions: 320 x 50 x 320 mm year: 2009

knop

technique: polishede optical plate glass / glued dimensions: 320 x 320 x 80 mm year: 2009

multiply

technique: plexiglass / HPS / dimensions: 140 x 80 x 40 cm year: 2009

crash visual g

technique: polished optical plate glass / glued dimensions: 100 x 100 x 200 mm year: 2010

crash visual w

technique: polished optical plate glass / glued dimensions: 100 x 100 x 200 mm year: 2010

ohryzok

technique: plate glass / glued dimensions: 450 x 450 x 100 mm year: 2009

O

technique: plexiglass / duraluminium / rustless dimensions: 120 x 120 cm year: 2007

...

technique: plexi glass, rustless, duraluminium , MDF dimensions: 200 x 200 cm, 150 x plexi - 40 x 40cm year: 2008

cube

technique: perforated graphics on plexiglass dimensions: 900 x 600 mm year: 2012

o in o

technique: plexiglass dimensions: 100 x 100 cm year: 2006

o in o

technique: glass / metal dimensions: 30 x 30 x 30 cm year: 2005

o in o

technique: acrylic glass / metal dimensions: 70 x 70 x 10 cm year: 2007

explosion

technique: acrylic glass dimensions: 40 x 40 x 8 cm year: 2006

...

technique: polishead optical glass dimensions: 25 x 15 cm year: 2007

w-r-b-p

technique: WOOD / MDF dimensions: 45 x 11 x 45 cm year: 2008

menger

technique: model dimensions: year: 2007

virus

technique: acrylic glass dimensions: 45 x 45 x 45 cm year: 2006

red vs white

technique: glass dimensions: 500 x 400 x 100mm year: 2009

?

technique: polished optical glass dimensions: ø 270 mm year: 2011

!

technique: polished optical glass dimensions: ø 270 mm year: 2011

hour

technique: glass dimensions: 230 x 645 cm year: 2005

triple north

technique: perforated plexiglass dimensions: 150 x 150 x 10 cm year: 2013

pulsation galaxy

technique: plexiglass dimensions: ø 100 cm year: 2015

crash pixel

technique: glass dimensions: 500 x 600 x 50mm year: 2009

Paintings / Graphics / Reliefs

moving simulation rings of perspective 00

technique: spray & acrylic on canvas dimensions: 200 x 200 cm year: 2012

golden chip

technique: 23,75 karat gold dimensions: 130 x 90cm year: 2013

moving simulation rings of perspective 05

technique: spray & acrylic on canvas dimensions: Ø 150cm year: 2011

moving simulation rings of perspective

technique: spray & acryl on canvas dimensions: Ø 150cm year: 2011

moving simulation rings of perspective 02

technique: spray & acryl on canvas dimensions: Ø 150cm year: 2011

moving simulation rings of perspective 03

technique: spray & acryl on canvas dimensions: Ø 150cm year: 2011

moving simulation rings of perspective 04

technique: spray & acryl on canvas dimensions: Ø 150cm year: 2011

moving simulation rings of perspective 06

technique: spray & acryl on canvas dimensions: Ø 150cm year: 2011

cube II

technique: paint on wood dimensions: 150 x 100cm year: 2011

cube

technique: paint on wood dimensions: 120 x 80cm year: 2011

boom

technique: akryl & spray on canvas dimensions: 200 x 200 cm year: 2011

simulation of spiral in space

technique: felt pen on canvas dimensions: 120 x 120 cm year: 2011

boom II

technique: akryl & spray on canvas dimensions: 200 x 200 cm year: 2011

big bang

technique: graphics on plexi dimensions: 66 x 66 cm year: 2010

vibrating alert 097

technique: graphics on plexi dimensions: 66 x 66 cm year: 2010

in the Hive

technique: graphics on plexi dimensions: 66 x 66 cm year: 2010

vibrating alert 093

technique: graphics on plexi dimensions: 66 x 66 cm year: 2010

double

technique: plexiglass dimensions: 95 x 95 cm year: 2009

plus

technique: plexiglass dimensions: 95 x 95 cm year: 2009

o

technique: plexiglass dimensions: 95 x 95 cm year: 2009

digital canvas

technique: plexiglass dimensions: 60 x 100 cm year: 2009

o in □

technique: dimensions: 100 x 100 cm year: 2006

explosion CMYK energy

technique: spray on canvas dimensions: 150 x 150 x 8 cm year: 2013

plus

technique: graphics on plexiglass dimensions: 100 x 100 cm year: 2009

plus

technique: graphic on glass / aluminium dimensions: 100 x 100 cm year: 2009

simulation pixel cube in space

technique: plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 90 x 90 cm year: 2013

simulation orb in pixel space

technique: plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 90 x 90 cm year: 2013

simulation circles in space

technique: plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 90 x 90 cm year: 2013

simulation orb in pixel space

technique: plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 90 x 90 cm year: 2013

golden space

technique: 24 karat gold / relief paint on canvas dimensions: 100 x 130 cm year: 2013

pixel simulation

technique: relief paint, acrylic on canvas dimensions: 200 x 130 cm year: 2013

golden center

technique: relief paint, acrylic on canvas dimensions: 200 x 200 cm year: 2014

...

technique: relief paint, acrylic & marker on canvas dimensions: ... year: 2014

simulation golden pixel in space

technique: relief paint, acrylic on canvas dimensions: 140 x 100 cm year: 2014

cube

technique: relief paint, acrylic on canvas dimensions: 100 x 140 cm year: 2014

morphic resonance

technique: laser on paper dimensions: 70 x 100 cm year: 2014

morphic resonance

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 630 x 630 cm year: 2014

morphic resonance

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 630 x 630 cm year: 2014

morphic resonance

technique: optical plexiglass dimensions: 64 x 65 cm year: 2014

morphic resonance

technique: relief plexiglass dimensions: 130 x 200 cm year: 2014

Exhibitions

Lit up ! - Dvorak Sec Contemporary - Praha - CZECH REPUBLIC

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Ašot Haas - Zoya Gallery - Bratislava - SK

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PLUS/MINUS - Gallery + - 0,0 - Žilina - SK

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INSTABILITY OF GEOMETRY - Považská galéria umenia v Žiline - SK

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CONTEMPORARY SLOVAKIAN GEOMETRY 2 - Pilsen Municipal Gallery - Pilsner - CZECH REPUBLIC

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Layout - Light out - River Gallery - SK

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White Night / 2014 / KOSICE

technique: kinetic light object / graphic on plexiglass / aluminium dimensions: 200 x 170 x 170 cm year: 2014

Interactive

Harfovič

technique: laser scanning of movement in space dimensions: 250 x 20 x 10 cm year: 2009

AxBxC / space x move x sound /

technique: laser scanning of movement in space dimensions: year: 2013

He Drank

technique: cybernetic sculpture dimensions: 100 x 100 x 100 cm year: 2007

“MOTHER WIT”

technique: cybernetic sculpture dimensions: 50 x 30 x 15 cm year: 2005

Video

ice explosion

White Night 2014

Opening new Business Center Florentinum whit my project WATER CLOCK for KOSCOM

diamond - 48° 9‘ 52.0290“ N 17° 9‘ 0.0097“ E

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2013

diamond - 48° 9‘ 51.9719“ N 17° 9‘ 0.7635“ E

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2013

diamond - 48° 9‘ 51.8649“ N 17° 9‘ 0.4325“ E

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2015

diamond 48° 9‘ 51.9966“ N 17° 9‘ 0.9820“ E

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2013

diamond - 48° 9‘ 51.9550“ N 17° 9‘ 1.0489“ E

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2013

diamond - 48° 9‘ 51.9550“ N 17° 9‘ 1.0489“ E

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2013

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: optic glass object dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2015

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: optical glass dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2015

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: optical glass dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2015

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: optical glass dimensions: 30 × 30 × 13 cm year: 2015

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: 24 karat gold / optical glass dimensions: 15 × 15 × 5 cm year: 2015

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: 24 karat gold / optical glass dimensions: 15 × 15 × 5 cm year: 2015

DIAMOND / unique 1/1

technique: 24 karat gold / optical glass dimensions: 15 × 15 × 5 cm year: 2015

Diamonds by Asot Haas

I started to research them.  Flaws, cutting, optical qualities…  How to transfer thenew knowledge and experience onto the field of optical glass? How to elevate glass onto a higher position?  I have experimentedwith layering, facets’ plating, polishing and gluing. I have started to examine scans of perfect diamonds — there is only 1 percentof them. If the cut is perfect they are able to reflect light through the upper surface through which the light has entered. Mygoal was to increase the number of reflections. To create templates that emerge from those reflections and on base of layering; itis possible, under a certain angle, to note down their endless multiplication. In a way, I wanted to enhance the object, to transmita unique experience of looking at a brilliant without the use of a magnifying glass. If two mirrors are in opposition, endless space ensues. If we take a look from different angles, by turning, we always see a different landscape. However, glass will neverhave the same qualities as a diamond. It is impossible in reality but possible as an idea.

 

PROJECT NOMINATED FOR: Coburg Glass Prize 2014
                                             Glass Award Gallery NOVA - CZ/SK 2013


The diamond is a cubic crystal form of carbon. The word diamond comes from the Greek wordαδάμας, adamas, unbreakable. The diamond is a transparent crystal of pure carbon. The exceptional physicalqualities of the diamond count its remarkable hardness and a high dispersion of light. Diamonds come in differenttransparent color shades: clear, white, grey, blue, yellow, orange, red, green, pink, brown, even black. The lightdispersion is another basic characteristic of the diamond. It is highly valued. The four characteristics known asthe »Four C’s« are used to describe diamonds. They are the carat weight, the clarity, the color and the cut. Caratis a unit of mass used for measuring the weight of diamonds. 1 carat = 200 milligrams. Clear diamonds are veryvaluable. Only 20 percent of all mined diamonds are clear enough. A chemically clean and structurally perfectdiamond is perfectly transparent without any color or shade. Diamond cutting can be seen both as an art formand as the science of creating of quality jewels from raw, crude stone. A diamond cut presents the way in whichthe diamond was formed and polished from its original form up to its final look. There are mathematical rulesthat name angles and length ratios under and to which the diamond is supposed to be cut so that it reflects themaximum amount of light. Round-cut brilliants, used most of the time, are exactly determined, but fashionablecuts are not as precisely mathematically defined.

The diamond-cutting techniques had been developing over whole centuries but the biggest progress was made in 1919. A mathematician who was very interested in gemstones —Marcel Tolkowsky — came up with the round brilliant-cut by calculating the ideal shape for reflecting and dispersingof light. The modern round brilliant-cut has 57 facets. 33 of these are on the top half, the crown, and 24 on the lowerhalf, the pavilion. In the middle is a thin unpolished girdle. The function of the crown is to disperse light into differentcolors, and the lower half reflects the light back through the top of the diamond. The culet is a flat face at thebottom of the diamond that should be of insignificant diameter; otherwise the light comes through the bottom. Diamonds must be cut and polished so that they show all the beautiful qualities for which they are known.Diamonds are cut into different shapes chosen to accentuate their qualities. The quality of the diamond cut is themost important characteristic determining the diamond’s beauty; it is proven that a well-cut diamond may appearheavier, cleaner and better colored than it really is. The quality of the cut depends on the ability of the diamond toreflect and disperse light. Various factors including dimensions, symmetry and relative angles are determined bythe quality of the cut and can influence the characteristics of the diamond. A well-cut diamond should reflect themaximum of light from its upper part, and from a view from above it should appear white.

Awards


2007
1.Cena Galérie NOVA za sklo - CZ/SK 1st place for Glass Award Gallery NOVA - CZ/SK

2006
1.miesto za krátkometrážny film "MOTHER WIT" prezentovanom na mezinarodnom filmovom festivale - IFF Bratislava / Movie Festival IFF Bratislava - 1st place for 1 minute movie "mother wit"

Works in
collections



TATRA BANKA - Private banking
Bratislava, SK
DVORAK SEC Gallery
Praha, CZ
Gallery NEDBALKA
Bratislava, SK
ZOYA Gallery
Bratislava, SK
SOGA Auction Company
Bratislava, SK
The Orava Gallery
Dolny Kubin, SK
Gallery NOVA
Bratislava, SK
Gallery ZAVODNY
Mikulov, CZ
Gallery GIK
Bratislava, SK
Gallery BRATISLAVA
Bratislava, SK
J&T Banka - Private collection

In domestic and international private collections. 

AŠOT HAAS

Born in July 16th 1981 in Moscow


Secondary Grammer School of Fine Arts – Plastic Stone Art – V. Pohanka- 1996 - 2000
Academy of fine arts and design (AFAD) Department of Industrial Design – F. Chrenka- 2000 - 2002
AFAD Department of Transport Design – Š. Klein- 2002- 2003
AFAD Department of Applied Arts – Glass Design – J. Gavula- 2004 - 2005
AFAD Department of Sculpture, Object, Installation – J. Meliš- 2004 – 2007

Solo exhibitions

 

2015 - AH - Creutzberg | Van Dun Contemporary Art Galleries - Oisterwijk - NEDERLAND
2015 - Světlo tančí v kruhu - Gallery Zavodny - Mikulov - CZECH REPUBLIC
2015 - Universe in Space - Oravská galéria Dolný Kubín - SLOVAKIA
2014 - LAYOUT / LIGHT OUT - River Gallery - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2013 - INSIDE - Nedbalka Gallery - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2013 - Ašot Haas - Zoya Gallery - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2013 - Lit up ! - Dvorak Sec Contemporary - Praha - CZECH REPUBLIC
2013 - AxBxC - TRIVJEDNOM - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2012 - ZA HRANICAMI GEOMETRIE ? - Galéria umenia Ernesta Zmetáka - Nové Zámky - SLOVAKIA
2012 - INSTABILITY OF GEOMETRY - Považská galéria umenia v Žiline - SLOVAKIA
2012 - IN PLACE ELEMENT STRUCTURE - Gallery Pecka - Praha - CZECH REPUBLIC
2011 - PLUS/MINUS - Gallery + - 0,0 - Žilina - SLOVAKIA
2010 - AŠOT HAAS & NENAD BRANKOVIC / 3366 - Art Gallery Nova - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2010 - Ausflügler AH - Hotel Begardenhof - Köln am Rhein - GERMANY
2009/10 - ART FROM CODE - individual exhibition - gallery Z - BA - SLOVAKIA
2009 - PUZZLE - Ašot Haas & Nenad Brankovič - Art Gallery Nova - BA - SLOVAKIA
2007 - O in O – individual exhibition – Art Gallery Nova - BA - SLOVAKIA

Group exhibitions

 


2015 - Glassplus à la Borges aneb Zrcadlo a maskáč - Dvorak Sec Contemporary - Praha - CZECH REPUBLIC
2015 - 85th anniversary ŠUV  J.Vydra - Zoya Museum - Modra - SLOVAKIA
2015 - SCULPTURE and OBJECT XX. - Nedbalka Gallery - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2015 - ET CETERA - MAXXI National Museum of the 21st Century Arts -  Rome - Italy
2015 - From painting to object - Gallery Gagarinka - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2014 - KK-SK / Pocta Štefanovi Belohradskému - Gallery-Z, Zichy Palace - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA 
2014 - hladiny / surfaces - Slovak Glass Museum Lednické Rovne - Lednické Rovne - SLOVAKIA
2014 - Paper obsessed + 2 - Dvorak Sec Contemporary - Praha - CZECH REPUBLIC
2014 - Slovak Now! - Dvorak Sec Contemporary - Praha - CZECH REPUBLIC
2014 - COBURGER Glaspreis 2014 - Europäisches Museum für Modernes Glas - GERMANY  
2013 - Slovak Contemporary Glass, Levant Art Gallery - Shanghai - CHINA
2012 - SCULPTURE and OBJECT XVII - Nation Centrum of Enlightenment - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2012 - European Glass Context 2012 - Bornholm - DENMARK
2011/2012 - GEOMATHART - Touring exhibition in POLAND / CZECH REPUBLIC / SLOVAKIA & USA / New York
2011 - Slovak Glass Art - Gallery NOVA Project - Beirut's Souks - Jewelry Souk - Beirut - LEBANON
2011 - Glass Presentation - Plateaux Gallery - London - UNITED KINGDOM
2011 - Voices Live 24 - Heineken Tower Stage - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2011 - GLASSART - Galarie Mark Peet Visser - Parade 29, 5211KL 's-Hertogenbosch - HOLLAND
2011 - SCULPTURE and OBJECT XVI. - Gallery Kressling - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2011 - GLASS AWARDS GALLERY NOVA - GLASS 2011 - Gallery Medium - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2011 - Gallery Medium - Bratislava - SK /
2011 - CONTEMPORARY SLOVAKIAN GEOMETRY 2 - Pilsen Municipal Gallery - Pilsner - CZECH REPUBLIC
2010 - Pecha Kucha Night Žilina Volume 13 - SK
2010 - GLASSART - Galarie Mark Peet Visser - Parade 29, 5211KL 's-Hertogenbosch - HOLLAND
2010 - Rings in water 2010 - The Centre for Folk Art Production Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2010 - Light in art, the light within us - City Gallery of Bratislava - Mirbach Palace - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2010 - AFTER HOURS - The Orange County Center for Contemporary Arts - OCCCA - Santa Ana - California - USA
2010 - SCULPTURE and OBJECT XV - International exhibition of large-scale sculptures - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2010 - VAN PRIMAVERA 2010 ART - Rotterdam - HOLLAND
2009 - BORDERS OF GEOMETRY - collective exhibition - Nation Centrum of Enlightenment - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2009 - Black & White - Kressling Gallery - collective exhibition - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2009 - Award of Glass - collective exhibition - ViaGallery - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2009 - HRANICE GEOMETRIE - Gallery-Z, Zichy Palace - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2007 - Bennial of Applied Arts – Nation Centrum of Enlightenment - Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2007 - Art Gallery Nova Award of Glass – Zichy Palace – Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2007 - European contemporary art fair - Strasbourg Wacken - FRANCE
2006 - International Film Festival Bratislava - SLOVAKIA
2006 - Movie Festival Azyl – 1st place for 1 minute movie “mother wit“

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