Gilles Dusong (°1995, BE) is a sculptor who manufactures architectural constellations and retro-futuristic landscapes as an illusory and parallel universe to our urbanistic and globalised realm. The installations investigate the tension of our built environments and their correlation to humankind. Recurring symbols tie the assembled units together with a cryptic but peculiar visual language. As coded city-scapes, Dusong defines the archisculpture as a universal scripture, both analogue and digital, physical and rendered. When the columns stir and the spheres swirl, the symbols will rotate on its axis of manufactured mass. Dusong’s constructed models and sculptural engines combat the gravity of daily life with their ethereal but brute appearance.