Artist Created A Dazzling Rainbow Installation By Braiding About 60 Miles Of Thread

Modern Mood can’t get enough and stop admiring the fascinating works of art that we ordinary people couldn’t even think about creating but artists do. They see the world in glasses unknown to us and interpret their perception of things by their own understanding.

Artist Gabriel Dawe’s astonishing piece called Plexus A1 is a colorful “sculpture” of twisted threads braided with a massive needle made from an extension rod. This unique installation of a rainbow is a fine piece of architectural design that is made from about 60 miles of thread.

Dawe made this unique installation Smithsonian Renwick Gallery’s “Wonder” Exhibit that is a [erfect example of an artist’s mastery of a vibrant optical illusion. However, this is not Gabriel’s first work of such a kind, the artist is already experienced in creating such dazzling sewing pieces that have been displayed in different parts of the world.

Dawe was interested in this form of art since childhood and the fact that embroidery was perceived by society as a craft mainly for girls has driven the artist to explore more the art of embroidery and ending up creating his own masterpiece breaking this stereotype and changing the inflexible.

Check out the incredible work of the artist and tell us about your opinion of this dazzling piece.

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