One hundred Cheru-beams represent the theme of lost innocence. It is an allegory of the loss of Heaven's protection and of the presence of cherubs refusing to let man back to Paradise. The sculpture consists of 100 vertical Plexiglas tubes each 11 cm in diameter. They form a 270 cm high parallelepiped, supported by a base measuring 420x420 cm. The tubes are filled with water. Lasers emitting a red light beam to the bottom of the water column are installed at the top of each tube.
Materials used: acrylic glass, 633nm/5mW lasers, transformers, prisms, mirrors and multifarious optical and electrical equipment.