The concept of infinity embodies the column erected by Sheila Hicks on the square in front of the Institut de France. Infinity, as a limit, is as indefinable as it is unattainable: infinity as a way of approaching the sky, infinity as a promise of unexpected discoveries and of exploring the unknown.
The fibers, made up of mineral pigments from Turkey combined with acrylic, once twisted, constitute threads that build the ensemble. The column mixes a variety of colors, conferring on the whole an alternating character, depending on the 360-degree rotation.
– Frédéric Bonnet