Within Ornamentum’s exhibition, Ted Noten creates a house as a portrait of himself as an artist and an environment to frame a selection of new works. The confines connote a domestic setting in old-world simpler times, while the chaos of a modern cityscape development adorns the wall. A metaphor for the "Tradition Meets Technology" approach of Noten, this space sets a stage for Noten's exhibition of works including a new series of jewelry, several iconic acrylic bag sculptures, and for the first time ever, Noten lends his narrative to a furniture object! creating a very limited edition series (up to 7 unique pieces + 1 A.P.) table of clear acrylic with a place setting, jewelry items, cigarettes and various objects from Ted's daily life cast within, adorned externally with the hand engraving of an old time London master.