Brooklyn-based artist Fernando Mastrangelo continues exploring natural forms and textures through a new series of work inspired by volcanic formations. MAGMA becomes an extension of his sculptural work that references the much-debated topic of climate change. The MAGMA mirrors display raw surfaces that look as if liquid magma cooled into the three-dimensional formations.
For me, the MAGMA series references the global tension and worry in regards to our impending climate crisis. I feel that there is so much pressure rising to the surface and it’s bound to erupt; I hope not in the form of disaster but in the form of energetic action.
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