Time Lapse: “Plexus no. 29”

 In MOA Artwork, MOA Features

Gabriel Dawe‘s new installation at the MOA, Plexus no. 29, is one of many in a series of large-scale works by the artist that feature colorful, intertwining threads. As each thread is individually passed through a series of hooks, a unified network -or plexus – is formed, which provides the inspiration for the title of the series. The prism-like effect of the sunrays penetrating the skylight above and refracting all the colors within the visible light spectrum invites Museum visitors to behold the breadth and beauty of the visual experience.

Below, watch a short interview with artist Gabriel Dawe and a time lapse of the installation of Plexus no. 29 at the BYU Museum of Art.

 

 

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