When Karam began fragmenting the linearity of his Archaic Procession into individual elements, they took a different conceptual direction. When in procession, they evoked time, both eternal and ephemeral, and passing peoples, plants, and creatures – a wealth of life forms. Fragmented, each one brought its unique character, whether engaging, symbolic, mischievous, or pensive, to its context. Karam called them Toys; experimenting with size, texture, and different materials to create a body of small, medium and large-scale sculptures.

Wild Cat, 2009
Polished Stainless Steel, 150 x 210 x 25.5cm
Desert Wind, 2009
Polished Stainless Steel, 250 x 225 x 25cm
Desert Sand, 2009
Corten Steel, 200 x 225 x 20cm
Miu, 2011
Polished Stainless Steel, 94 x 182 x 22cm
Wishing Flower, 2014
Brushed Stainless Steel, 260 x 500 x 13cm