FUTURE RUINS ACT II – Romain Tardy

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FUTURE RUINS ACT II – Romain Tardy

Future Ruins - Act II is a light and sound installation.

The 15 LED modules that make up the device are thought of as pieces of a building that has been dismantled (the shapes and dimensions of the modules being inspired by a really existing neoclassical building, that of the Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, where this project was originally developed), but are also treated as technological objects, offering a large temporal gap between two worlds whose traces are still visible for the former, and raising the question of the hypothetical end of the latter. Thus, these ephemeral modules have a double life: imaginary ruins of a place still in activity, they come to life in the darkness during a luminous and poetic dialogue with the place in which they are placed.

Practical information

  • Quai des Péniches
    KANAL – Centre Pompidou
    1000 Brussels