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Edoardo Tresoldi's sculptural masterpiece is a triptych of domed shapes seemingly fashioned out of gossamer threads of silver which appear to float and vibrate simultaneously. Perhaps the artist envisioned palaces in the sky or maybe they are meant to convey tangible objects caught between two dimensions; the structures have a dream-like, ephemeral quality. Tresoldi, who hails from Italy, is known for his use of wire mesh to make elusively transparent sculptures. (Submitted by Dominic De La Campa)