In Daniel Fiorda’s oeuvre of sculptures there is a visible concatenation for those that view with care. To achieve this visual apprehension one’s eyes must elaborate on the act of looking. With these industrial metals there is an aesthetic irrelevance of provenance.

The artist is asking us to say no to the established thought process. Find the hidden, subtle social issues: consumerism, environment or even the struggle against mortality. Not only the beauty, but also the power of these sculptures is communicated through the unstinting harmonious precision of the various lines and planes. One observes the mechanical morality in the rightness of his work,..

Michael McNamus, Art Historian/Consultant