Sculpture for Home Use Ink Jet Prints

The images in this series of ink jet prints contain life situations in which one of the sculptures from Sculptures for Home Use appears. The viewer can see how the sculpture is used in a sometimes non-traditional way.

At Home with Laptops by Niki Ketchman

At Home with Laptops

 

A family gathers in front of the fireplace. Instead of reading books they are each on his laptop, the baby being on a toy laptop in the tent. This is family life today.

 

2006 

Inkjet Print with Archival Inks on Gloss Paper

19 3/4"h x 15"w

At Home with Laptops 2 by Niki Ketchman

At Home with Laptops 2

 

After a while only the Mom is left on her laptop. She gets her solitude by getting in the tent as the restless rest of the family moves on.

2003

Archival Inks on Archival Paper

18½" x 40"

Edition of 4

Awry by Niki Ketchman

Awry

 

Everything has gone crazy in this image with the man falling down, head-first and the woman standing on top of the fireplace. Also falling is the sculpture, Upside Down, which starts on top of the fireplace with its ball side up and seems to land upside down, with the balls on the bottom.

 

2004

Archival Inks on Archival Paper

40" x 30"

Edition of 4

Jesse Conquers the Snake in the Grass by Niki Ketchman

Jesse Conquers The Snake in the Grass

 

The time lapse image shows The Snake in the Grass being played with in a solitary game.

2003

Archival Inks on Archival Paper

19½ " x 20"

Edition of 4

Karen Succumbs by Niki Ketchman

Karen Succumbs

 

Pregnant Karen reclines with abandon on the ottoman. It gives the Snake in the Grass another meaning.

 

2003

Archival Inks on Archival Paper

24¾" x 20¾"

Edition of 4

War Games

 

Three generations of men struggle to empty the sculpture, Snake in the Grass. The winner will end up with an ottoman.

 

2003

Archival Inks on Archival Paper

41¾" x 24"

Edition of 4

War Games by Niki Ketchman
Maya and Marge by Niki Ketchman

Maya and Marge

 

A ninety-three-year-old Marge lies next to her three-month-old great granddaughter, Maya. Under their heads is the pillow with the image of Aphrodite that is part of the sculpture, Comforter. This is the cycle of life, explored.

2003

Archival Inks on Archival Paper

40" x30"

Edition of 4

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