Balloons at Palais de Tokyo

Hank & myself at Palais de Tokyo

Hank & myself at Palais de Tokyo

This evening I went to Palais de Toyko (Palace of Toyko) for the first time to view the exhibition opening of a friend I know from architecture school at UVa. As part of a larger summer workshop in Paris, a group of students from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture put together the temporary installation of balloons that “distorts and amplifies ones sense of self within the confines of the exhibition space.”

l’Orbe New York du Palais de Tokyo

l’Orbe New York du Palais de Tokyo

Infinite reflections

Infinite reflections

Hank

Hank

Lost among balloons

Lost among balloons

Ceiling & ground

Ceiling & ground

Fake fisheye lens

Fake fisheye lens

While very nicely put together and obviously a different aim, I couldn’t get the movement of Art+Com’s Kinetishe Skuptur out of my head while exploring the space.

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