Installation at Nantes. The Aerial Sculpture overcomes gravity - DesignOnWeb
Baptiste Debombourg plays with the chair, his presence in Nantes square, Place du Bouffay, inspires the artist Designer who creates a large aerial sculpture that goes against the force of gravity that usually portrays these objects, all anchored to the ground
Baptiste Debombourg's work takes the real world and transforms it into something new.
He responds to specific contexts and transmits substances as diverse as an alchemist: the polystyrene packaging materials are transformed into neo-Gothic altars
It is perfectly natural that Baptiste Debombourg designed his work after observing Place du Bouffay and the large presence of outdoor cafes and restaurants. An outdoor patio is synonymous with socialization.
The chair composing it can be considered as a representative of a person
The artist decided to use this presence to create a large aerial sculpture that contradicts the gravity of everything anchored to the ground.
In harmony with the volume of the public square and the height of the buildings, two ellipses of chairs rise up in the air, come together and then separate
The form is also inspired by an artwork that Robert Delaunay created for the "Palais de l'Air" during the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1937.
In it, the artist put man back in his place as an integral part of his environment, subject to his laws
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