As a painter with distinctly spatial conceptions, Françoise Pierzou has developed mural objects in the form of collages, which usually consist of two elements, an area painted directly on the wall and a segment of canvas mounted in front of it. Whilst the wall surface remains monochrome, the triangle or circular segment fixed in front of it is painted – as the element subjected to metamorphosis – with gestural strokes of colour.

Another mural work, conceived as a corner picture, uses the coloured rod familiar from the rod pictures as a separator which corresponds with the corner. The monochrome background is – in a similar way to the multi-part pictures – painted with transparent, horizontal brush strokes. The end points of the rod define the height of the painted area.