9 Mirrors by Ron Gilad * Dilmos. Milan

Ron Gilad for Dilmos


At the Milan Furniture Fair Dilmos presents a series of mirrors that contain historical references combining the present with the past and that, like the nine lives of a cat, represents the possibility of inner lives. In the series 9 mirrors, Ron Gilad suggests that the mirrored image contains a hypocrisy which reflects only our exterior selves. The title, like the nine lives of a cat, represents the possibility of inner lives or the soul of the mirror. Gilad’s mirrors are simple rectangular wooden frames that have been injected with stories. The reflection of the spectator is no longer only objective but contains more than the present. The functional aspect becomes secondary; the cords over the glass, the voided gilded frames and the bronze sconce in front of the user’s face are not here to decorate the mirrors. Some of the mirrors contain historical references combining the present with the past; a reference to other lives besides our own.

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One Response to 9 Mirrors by Ron Gilad * Dilmos. Milan

  1. I really like this art, sensible and impact by sensations. Nice work.

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