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To most people, 10,000 pounds of condemned pepper-jack cheese might seem like a simple, if unappetizing, waste-disposal problem. But to New York artist Cosimo Cavallaro, it was an opportunity. Cavallaro — who had previously constructed a life-size bed made entirely of cake, as well as several smaller works in the medium of cheese — conceived a more ambitious project: to spray an entire house and its contents with a thick layer of the melted stuff. After negotiations with a number of cities and towns, the Montreal-born sculptor finally located just the right structure — an abandoned house in the small community of Powell, Wyo. With the agreement of the City of Powell, Cavallaro and a small army of volunteers set