1.3 SECONDE - GUILLAUME MARMIN

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With the space travel theme in mind, the installation by Guillaume Marmin gets its name from the time it takes for light to travel from the earth to the moon at a velocity of 300 000km/s. Originally inspired by the church’s columns, stained glass windows and overall gothic style, visitors are given glimpses of the architectural details as lights flash and illuminate the grand space of the basilica. The contrast between the darkness and flashes of light immerses the audience in an almost overwhelming experience that intends to play with the perception of the existing space.

CREDITS


Production
TETRO

Création
Guillaume Marmin

Technical direction
Maël Pinard
Simon Zerbib

Music
Philippe Gordiani
Jean-Baptiste Cognet

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