Supported by - baudoin lebon
A dark-red column stands erect, cutting into the void. It is made of wood-stick structures one may watch through. A sort of eye-catcher the lines of which draw limits in and out for the viewer to imagine perspectives deep inside or beyond the first-sight embrace.
Its human-sized format invites anyone to wander when following the lines on the surface or making his/her way through the scope of his choice and allows a playful confrontation to anyone passing by.