Robuche developed a catalogue of transcendental, visual and musical thoughts inspired by Constant’s oeuvre, archive and texts. In the form of a Silkscreen print poster, the catalogue provides a great potential for hybrid combinations of shapes. Robuche immersed into Constant’s work and archive, where the experimentation, the diversity of his skills and curiosities are at the core of their new piece, where the back of the poster references the architecural drawing. Among the many references in the poster the use of the metallic colour is an important one. Constant used spray paint in his paintings for the first time in 1969 signalling a return to painting after an extensive period of model and construction building.
As a focal point the spectator’s eye is drawn to the title on the knife’s edge cutting into the Babylon tower cake. It reads Demain la poésie logera la vie (Tomorrow life will reside in poetry). This is a lecture Constant held at the Primo congresso mondiale degli artisti liberi (First World Congress of Free Artists), organized by Asger Jorn and Pinot Gallizio for Mouvement Internationale pour un Bauhaus Imaginiste contre un Bauhaus Imaginaire (M.I.B.I.), held in Alba in 1956.
Below the text is added in Dutch and English.