- Caroline Kurze
Sébastien Preschoux realized a project called ‘Nuit Blanche’ in Paris, France. During ‘Nuit Blanche’ Paris turns into one big art festival. Museums, private and public art galleries, and other cultural institutions open their doors, while the city itself turnes into one giant art gallery. Preschoux installed this fascinating work in the heart of a garden in the 13th district of Paris. The installation consists of seven wooden structures. They are up to three meters high and made of thread and light. The idea was to create peaks of colored mist growing out of the ground so that spectators could roam around them.
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