Virtual Sky Projected Above A Parisian Church

Virtual Sky Projected Above A Parisian Church

Artist Miguel Chevalier has created a unique symphony of sound and light waves that dance around the historic setting

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 14 october 2016

For those who think religion is a tad conservative and want to give the enduring practice a modern touch, artist Miguel Chevalier may have the answer to your prayers. Often combining themes such as nature and artifice, his latest work offers a dazzling sky chart projected onto the ceiling of Paris’ Saint-Eustache Church. Accompanied by musical improvisations played by Baptiste-Florian Marle-Ouvrard on the organ, the swirling artwork highlights the church’s grand architecture while cycling through 35 different patterns.

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