Vilio Celli, Recent Works

November 15 – November 27, 1983

McPherson Library Gallery

A 3-dimensional painting/environment created to fit into a corner of the gallery by installation artist, Vilio Celli. The piece is composed of wood, gyproc, paint, and plaster.

It asserts itself into the space by not being limited to the wall. Viewers are enticed by the piece and could stoop their way into the piece through openings in each layer, and by doing so, would satisfy their curiosity about the construction process.