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PARIS - 1800-1940  Installing Scaffolding at Notre Dame. Paris 1952, a dizzying view to the three workers who were shielded gargoyles to secure the scaffold.

PARIS - 1800-1940 Installing Scaffolding at Notre Dame. Paris 1952, a dizzying view to the three workers who were shielded gargoyles to secure the scaffold.

Octoframe Scaffold (06/12) by subBlue. One of twelve looping 3D fractal animations created for a 147 screen installation at L'Eclaireur in Paris in the summer of 2011.

Octoframe Scaffold (06/12) by subBlue. One of twelve looping 3D fractal animations created for a 147 screen installation at L'Eclaireur in Paris in the summer of 2011.

In a gorgeous Cistercian monastery in Paris – one that dates back to the 13th century – sits Michel Blazy’s astonishing kinetic installation called Bouquet Final. The installation contrasts the stability of the renovated church with ever changing foam bubbles cascading around metal scaffolding like gigantic strips of cotton candy to show the fragility of life. Blazy is known for working with organic materials.  Michel Blazy works with living things to “explore the very basic physical aspects…

In a gorgeous Cistercian monastery in Paris – one that dates back to the 13th century – sits Michel Blazy’s astonishing kinetic installation called Bouquet Final. The installation contrasts the stability of the renovated church with ever changing foam bubbles cascading around metal scaffolding like gigantic strips of cotton candy to show the fragility of life. Blazy is known for working with organic materials. Michel Blazy works with living things to “explore the very basic physical aspects…

Cellula 2009 installation view – Collège des Bernardins, Paris light structure made of 18 fluorescent tubes Ø 26 150 cm | 59.1 inches (6), 120 cm | 47.2 inches (10), 60 cm | 23.6 inches (2) wood cutouts + scaffolding

Cellula 2009 installation view – Collège des Bernardins, Paris light structure made of 18 fluorescent tubes Ø 26 150 cm | 59.1 inches (6), 120 cm | 47.2 inches (10), 60 cm | 23.6 inches (2) wood cutouts + scaffolding

Michel Blazy: In a gorgeous Cistercian monastery in Paris – dating back to the 13th century – sits Michel Blazy’s astonishing kinetic installation, Bouquet Final. The installation contrasts the stability of the renovated church with ever changing foam bubbles cascading around metal scaffolding to show the fragility of life.

Michel Blazy: In a gorgeous Cistercian monastery in Paris – dating back to the 13th century – sits Michel Blazy’s astonishing kinetic installation, Bouquet Final. The installation contrasts the stability of the renovated church with ever changing foam bubbles cascading around metal scaffolding to show the fragility of life.

"In a gorgeous Cistercian monastery in Paris – one that dates back to the 13th century – sits Michel Blazy’s astonishing kinetic installation called Bouquet Final. The installation contrasts the stability of the renovated church with ever changing foam bubbles cascading around metal scaffolding like gigantic strips of cotton candy to show the fragility of life."

"In a gorgeous Cistercian monastery in Paris – one that dates back to the 13th century – sits Michel Blazy’s astonishing kinetic installation called Bouquet Final. The installation contrasts the stability of the renovated church with ever changing foam bubbles cascading around metal scaffolding like gigantic strips of cotton candy to show the fragility of life."

Structure (Florence Henri, 1937) // In preparation of the yearly Bastille Day celebration, Swiss born photographer Florence Henri documented men working on a scaffolding to install a banner of the French flag at the entrance of the Tuileries gardens in Paris in 1937. On the right and in the background the equestrian sculpture Fame mounted on Pegasus by Antoine Coysevox as well as other statues are visible in the gardens of the Louvre palace.

Structure (Florence Henri, 1937) // In preparation of the yearly Bastille Day celebration, Swiss born photographer Florence Henri documented men working on a scaffolding to install a banner of the French flag at the entrance of the Tuileries gardens in Paris in 1937. On the right and in the background the equestrian sculpture Fame mounted on Pegasus by Antoine Coysevox as well as other statues are visible in the gardens of the Louvre palace.

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