"Nicolae Golici, a Rumanian émigré who has lived in New York since 1987, draws on personal and political circumstances to find analogies between the basis of natural growth and the structure of society
In “Inner Forces,” twisted structures of wood beams rest on a carpet of newspaper. Amid the general clutter of articles, we find many references to injustice and violence, but also to victories in the struggle for peace and democracy. Our values and goals, the artist implies, are as deformed as the wood shapes, but are capable of being reformed.”

Helen A. Harrison, “Personal Icons: Exploring Space,”Art Review, New York Times, 1993