Thomas Dariel signs here an intensely reflective, formidably abstract and resolutely graphic creation. The gaze is absorbed by this colourful and contrasting association of ellipsoidal shapes and structuring feature and plunges the viewer into a mysterious universe. DAEDALUS refers to the crater hidden on the far side of the Moon, and stands out as an intriguing piece, in the image of the yet very real world of the invisible. There is also an undeniable reference to Daedalus, a character from Greek mythology, whose aesthetic genius can be found in the labyrinthine association of graphic shapes. This creation could also be a cartography of it.