The Italian artist presents a mixed bag of a show. Half the gallery has been transformed into a working dance studio, complete with mirrored walls and various dance companies rehearsing routines—which viewers are obliged to navigate. There are also iPad diptychs, pairing slide shows of, say, a Google image search for Rosario Dawson with one for bombings in Baghdad. It all adds up to a meditation, perhaps, on the nature of relationships, both in real space and, more problematically, in cyberspace, which, after all, is intruding more and more upon the former.
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