• Loris Cecchini

    Museo Castel Nuovo

    The work of thirty-one-year-old Loris Cecchini takes two apparently distinct forms: the actual-size reconstruction of ordinary objects in soft, monochrome rubber and the photographic construction of an outsize world. Visitors entered the second floor of this exhibition, “Cargo,” which brought together Cecchini’s work of the past three years, through Stage evidence (soft door), 2000—just what its subtitle said. It led to a white-walled room containing a series of rubber simulacra of computer monitors, keyboards, and cables, all lying limp on the floor like dead or exhausted beasts. The walls

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