New York visual artist Angelo Musco is displaying a masterwork entitled “Xylem” at Carrie Secrist gallery. Xylem is a series of mosaics depicting thousands of human bodies weaved into impossible, or perhaps perfectly natural, figures. Figures in Musco’s work swarm and through torrents of blackened water, fall into dark vortexes, and span out to create colonies of interconnected human forms. With Xylem, Musco pulls his audience deep within his 20 foot mosiacs, and into their own ruminations about birth, life, and creation with this tapestry of human forms, suspended together in dantean harmony.

Photos by way of Secrist Gallery