“The visual idiosyncrasies of the zine are a direct translation
of the structure of ‘Telex Moon.’ I wanted to isolate his words with space or distance. I was also thinking about how to bring forth this image of a ‘house of memory’ which precisely describes “Telex Moon.” It resulted in utilizing cubic voids or punctures that act as an initial or final punctuation before or after you read the quatrains. The cubic voids serve as a relief or support, a space for the reader to contemplate the memory inscribed in each quatrain.”


Gabriel Luis Nolasco Brioso is an artist/architect based in Manila, Philippines.
In 2017, he graduated Cum Laude from the College of St. Benilde’s
architecture program.

His work operates on the central theme of exploring the intersections of art, architecture, craft, and design. Gab has been involved in several exhibitions including “The Oxymoron of Patterns” at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (2015,)
the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale (2018,) and the Authenticity Zero Collective
at the Gateway Gallery in Cubao (2019). He collaborated with the Center
for Campus Art on several exhibitions including the re-curation of “The Oxymoron
of Patterns” (2016,) “Architecture=Durable” (2016,) and “Naichayu: An Exploration of the Kalinga Tattoo” (2017.)

Gabriel Brioso continues to work on his personal creative research working with local artists and architects to further develop his ideas.