Guy de Rougemont (Paris, 1935) focuses on the idea of the city as a jungle, introducing signs that in a very clear way (in terms of form and colour) might point to human presence. In this work the columns interfere with and modify space.
In 5 Polychrome Cylinders the columns are made of PVC, with cut-outs of Aironfix adhering vinyl modelled into geometric motifs. The work consists of three geometric shapes: cylinder, square and rectangle. We should not forget that humans created geometry in times of Antiquity as a language with which to codify the world so as to better understand it and dominate it. The detailing is very simple here, as are the basic, primary colours.