Bonded Eternmale, 2002, looks like a private living room awaiting its own host.
The furnishings consist of two chairs and a small table created in 1968 by the designer Willy Guhl. Modified by Monica Bonvicini by a covering of studded black leather and placed atop a gaudy red carpet, the designer objects, in addition to being characterized by a self-contained, undulating line, are distinguished as being the only furniture ever created in Eternit. Continuing her research that began with a previous work entitled Eternmale, in this installation the artist is inspired by a series of suggestions published in Playboy magazine in the late 1960s for the creation of the perfect bachelor pad. [...]