Thank you Vogue and Eve MacSweeney!
“Another small but beautifully formed exhibition is “The Campi” by Melissa McGill. The New York–based artist, who lived for a time in Venice, has crafted a small edition of mahogany boxes in the irregular shapes of three of the city’s “squares” (campi), chosen for being part of Venetians’ everyday life rather than tourist spots. Like tiny grand pianos, the boxes open to produce the recorded sounds and voices of each space, released like birds into the air—the perfect repository for memories of this infinitely fascinating destination.”
Read the full article here. Photo by Luca Marella.