An A/V installation by Romain Tardy
Music by Loran Delforge
Scenography by Jean-Christophe Leblanc
Additional software development by Hand Coded
Production: Couleurs évènements / Private client
Grand Palais, Paris, France, 2017.
The Eye is a captivating digital scenography and immersive audiovisual installation designed with great attention to detail to complement the breathtaking setting of the Grand Palais in Paris. Within this grand venue, visitors are welcomed to embark on a transformative journey through thoughtfully crafted modules. These modules, resembling the iconic jardin à la française, serve a dual purpose as seating elements, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in the mesmerizing interplay of light and sound.
At the heart of the installation lies a central screen, ingeniously concealing its true form as an abstract source of illumination. However, as the installation unfolds, the screen gradually unveils its magnificent secret: an awe-inspiring depiction of a colossal eye. This striking design, precisely aligned with the architectural contours of the Grand Palais' central dome, creates a mesmerizing illusion when observed from above. The Eye offers a truly unforgettable spectacle, captivating visitors with its grandeur and harmonious fusion of art and architecture.