Created through diversity and resilience, Loris Cecchini’s work “The polychromeseedsessions (collection II)” is a landscape composed of natural seeds. The form of the seed is taken as an example of the smallest element with infinite potential for development. The seed is the first link in the food chain. It embodies millennia of evolution. The perennial laws of nature are based on diversity, adaptation, resilience and openness. The modular sculptures of Cecchini often have a shape that is morphologically similar to that of a seed: an archetypal form, which contains the prerequisites for growth and propagation. Resilience in seeds is an essential quality that allows it to grow, overcoming environmental harshness and climatic instability.