This wooden piece is composed of two solid forms, a rectangular block with an irregular hexagon – made from two triangles joined at their vertices – balanced on top, essentially a liberal transposition of the parts of a star. Shapes vaguely suggestive of plant and animal forms are painted in acrylic all over the surface. These the artist defines as “adimensional”. The lights are arranged on the two sides of the horizontal base, which is also made of wood. The shamash sits atop the rectangular block, next to the partially reconstituted star.