PLEXUS Gabriel Dawe

When textile, meets art, meets perception in a creative, colorful and dynamic way you have the Rainbow installation by Gabriel Dawe. Gabriel Dawe’s work is tender, serene and engrossing. It firmly identifies the human vicinity and conceptualizes all inclusive topics in this manner offering a crisp look on in what capacity it should they be addressed and confronted.

Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No.19 photo © Gabriel Dawe

Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No.19 photo © Gabriel Dawe

The PLEXUS installations inhabit the space like a spider web. They make sublime dream-like visuals that hypnotize the viewers while they explore their way around them and experience the distinctive perspectives that they offer. The light that infiltrates the space likewise assumes a critical part as it offers an extra point of view as the semi-straightforward establishments become full of energy all of a sudden.

Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No.12 photo © Gabriel Dawe

Each installation, depending on its size, takes hours to be installed. They are meticulously set up together where every bit of string makes a bend like frame that strengthens the visual perfection of every piece. Together with the hues and the great utilization of the space, every installation passes on an earnest feeling of quietness. At the point when seen from distinctive edges, the consummately extended strings appear to be just about to challenge gravity and go into the space.

Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No.13 photo © Matthieu Kavyrchine

Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No.13 photo © Matthieu Kavyrchine

When an installation is dismantled, Gabriel Dawe collects all the threads that have been used and creates his pieces that he calls ‘Relics’ which, as he clarifies, give a second life to the show-stopper, ‘from the ethereal to the thick’.

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