This installation as inspired by ancient ruins. We tend to regard the ruined columns as monuments to the cradle of European civilization. They are aesthetically pleasing, and we associate them with high cultural values. All museums feature them in their collections, and they can often be seen in architecture. These particular columns are made of clay and covered in colorful glazes, so they are neither straight nor virtuously white. In a group, they create a fictive landscape which we can move through, observe, or simply take a seat in.