At the wind garden of Notre Dame de Monts are installed for six months the Morpho Butterflies.
Butterflies are linked in pairs suspended as mobiles in a subtle balance to a blade of giant grass. Animated by the currents of the wind, they rock towards each other in an incessant parade.
Creation of a dynamic structure which, by its presence in the very heart of the Wind Garden of Notre Dame de Monts in the Vendée, transforms a space and a moment.
In the innovative use of new technologies combined with art craftsmanship, I aim to inspire with a lightness in form, beauty of structure, and grace in movement.
The strategic position of this sculpture invites visitors to materialize the displacements of the air through the movements of a supple and light material.
The Lycra, a fabric with exceptional properties, makes this architecture of the air alive. It allows pure and light shapes to deform with the wind, while keeping the memory of the initial shape.
Under the velum at the center of the garden, an open, marine-inspired installation aims to create contact with the force of the
wind by transfer with sails exposed to the four winds. In aesthetics games and learning.
At the foot of a curious mill with its sails, lies an original garden that offers an artistic, amusing and instructive walk. This year, a new monumental and very original work is presented from April 23 to September 30, 2012.