Guy De Rougemont

125 x 51 x 50,5 cm

Painted steel

This sculptural work is quite large and consists of a tall, vertical, painted steel structure, in which the metal bars meet and intertwine. In its design the structure evokes complex geometrical games based on the triangle: these are perfectly linked at the bottom, and then protrude in the central portion, where the four figures form a rhomboid shape. Further up, at the top of the pedestal, one side of the last triangle forms the support for the nine tubular candle holders, arranged in a row, with the shamash in the middle and higher than the others.

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