Artist Fabrice Le Nezet has produced a series of pieces using concrete and steel, called Measure. I might have called the exhibition "Weight" or "Mass", because that's how they speak to me. The concrete cubes or blocks (some of which weigh 1000 kilograms) are suspended in steel frames so that you can almost feel their weight and the tension they put on the steel bars.
The forms are massive and simple, simple in the best possible sense. Nothing stands in the way of the idea. The execution of the pieces is almost industrial or architectural.
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Le Nezet is a film director, artist and designer based in London.
Via Owen Goss, and Design-Milk.com