Lost Calla de Marais
2013

The steel sculpture, eight metres long, develops from an expanding line that grows into an infinity loop more than two metres in height from which it rises in a self-referential movement into a taperingline of infinity loops. “Lost Calla des Marais” is essentially nothing more than a line – a sequence of loops seemingly tossed by a swift hand. Yet it is also a monumental steel sculpture of impressive dimensions that manages to dominate a large volume of space. And it has a third aspect: it cancels itself out. In the dark, the sculpture’s phosphorizing coating transforms it into a trace of light. It is a meeting of dimensions: space and surface, boundedness and infinity, physical solid and streak of light.

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