| For their first exhibition in Israel, David Adamo and N. Dash present a selection of their most recent works, which in differing yet complementary ways challenge the contemporary understanding of sculpture.|
David Adamo's sculptural practice is a direct consequence of his years as a performance artist and a dancer. His works all bear his voracious touch, his installations often appear as slight adjustments to familiar environments and experiencing his works involves startle first, then a smile.
N. Dash's wall pieces employ elements that have traditionally been associated with painting yet their composition fully employs the third dimension. Her unique connection to materials, her meticulous attention to the differing qualities of the fabrics she employs, as well as the way she dyes and arranges them through her touch, are akin to the approach of a sculptor.