From the 14th to the 16th of July 2017 the feast The Days of the Wind, organized by the association Penvins Cerf-Volant, celebrated its fifteenth edition under a wind in accordance with a radiant sun and a calm and cool sea .
On the morning of the 15th of July, the wind was very soft and calm, perfect for a new installation, such as a gift to Notre-Dame-de-la-Côte. Everyone was invited to go to the tip of the peninsula for a dreamlike ballad in a surprising Bouquet of Giant Poppies.
So I present to you the film of the installation superbly captured by Pauline Garraud on a music of Klifa Rachedi and Maud Rached.
Here, finally, in photos these moments in the transfigured scenery of the western tip of the peninsula. A magnificent, wild place, where everyone has been able to approach nature and discover remarkable points of view.
I thank the association Penvins Kite, the partners of the festival and also all the volunteers who make it live.
The poetic universe of four artists and their flying sculptures in the sky of Penvins Kite.
Thanks to Tom Jekyl and Kisa Kirsten Sauer for the installation of Kompresso, Ramlal Tien for the Sentinels and Alain Micquiaux for the Arches d’O. http://www.subvision.net/ Thanks to Pauline Garraud for this magnificent film and to Raphaël Garraud for the music. http://www.hybridediffusion.com/
Here is a video, made by my friend Pauline Garraud. In front of the Chapelle de la Grée Penvins, a flight of my kite Butterfly . It is therefore by a cool evening but with a magnificent sunset that the Morpho hovers over the light breeze.
Here is the video clip of the Bouquet of 19 Coquelicots Suspendus installed in the French Garden of the castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte. This bouquet symbolizes the soldiers who fell during the Great War of 1914-1918. It was a great pleasure to participate in this special event. The castle was transformed into an auxiliary hospital during this conflict.
This clip is produced by Pauline Garraud of Hybride Diffusion. The aerial images are from Pablo Sotes. The music is composed by Raphael Garraud.