The Last of the Idols links the representation of a robot in primary colors made by the Scottish artist Eduardo Paolozzi in 1963 called The Last of the Idols with one of the prints from the artist Simone Chambelland part of the collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts, transpatial III, 1970. Both works, as well as being close temporarily, are visual manifestations of a type of imaginary product of knowledge by both artists as future technological advances and contemporary.
While both artists are in different contexts, the two arrive at results that reflect an emphasis on the representation of synthetic forms of primary colors on the representation level detail composition and structure of the machines that represent details , in turn, could give us depending on the type of lights that they could carry out. Added to this, deciding represent technological models as opposed materials including paper as in the case of Chambelland, and steel, in the case of Paolozzi. They are the material and color that make up and are present in these works that I want to put emphasis Approaching the original color of both jobs and contrasting their materiality.
On one hand, the model based on the work of Paolozzi it will represent a material is as flexible as plastic as polyethylene sleeve and will use the primary colors and sells industry offering this type of material. On the other hand, opt for MDF wood to carve a model based on the spatial object Chambelland engraving that is blue, as is the engraving of the artist.