David Dorminos ‘Magnetism’ installation looks like an invasive iron root growing plant

‘Magnetism’, an installation by Italian Artist David Dormino, monumental in size, uses iron as its exclusive material and is characterized by a dense and chaotic texture of lines, that is released, explodes and is exhausted from hard surfaces. The work invades and disarranges the exhibition space without a strictly pre-established order.

Born in Udine in 1973, David Dormino lives and works in Rome. His art pieces are divided between public and private works, whose size can vary from tiny to gigantic. Primarily a sculptor, works sometimes with marble but mostly with iron. His research focuses on the formal relationship with the material, folded up to the distorting nature to meet their needs of expression.

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