The work of Angelo Musco is an ongoing story with each new chapter written in answer to the one that precedes it. The world of Tehom connects with Cortex System. We pass from the underwater world to the world under ground, still fertile and full of life. Cortex channels these abyssal lives up through the roots of a mysterious forests, through a vascular system of intertwining roots feeding the trees. While the bodies of Tehom were floating and free of any form, Cortex is built around an architectural structure, combining stories of mystery and suspense, darkness and light, isolation and community.
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