polyester resin, wall paint, 125x 260 x 20 cm.
Photo Ela Bialkowska.
The play of light and shadow across the Gaps sculpture’s is characterized by surface tension and become the site of expression of a new materiality.
In Cecchini’s universe, the reworking of surface is closely aligned with the outcomes of digital architectures, sharing its shapes as a way of producing materiality. A manifestation of how the digital can reinvent a surface condition, this work defies flatness and puts the surface into movment, the surface is pushed to the limit of its potentiality to become the actual core and structure of the work. Seductive to the touch, conveys aesthetic plasticity from geologic to biologic.
“I’m very interested in the utopian dimension which bonds technology and nature. And I try to interpret a cultural landscape made of different “realities “, working on a diffused perception made of virtuality and consistent matter; in this sense I try to bridge. Naturally my work opens that to the wandering thoughts of the spectator.”