These figures on columns are thought of as modern versions of so-called stylites or columns; Christian ascents, ranging from the 400s to the 1100s, that spent years or whole lives on a pillar. The current columns are here constructed of shells or facades of recognizable things that are cut into the middle: like a drawer, a pile of newspaper or the front of a car.
The aluminum figures are scale models of ordinary people in everyday clothes.
Iron, aluminium, concrete
© Stine Heger