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Michel Blazy: Bouquet Final

Work / Art

Thirteenth century monastery foam party anyone? Why not!

Chances are, if you’ve ever been on holiday and had a few drinks, you may well be harbouring some sweaty, fumbling memories of a 1990s Spanish foam disco in the depths of your brain. Well, it’s finally time to rekindle those memories in the form of Michel Blazy’s Bouquet Final, which is really the first example of how foam should be used (surprisingly not in the fountain of a city centre). Filling an enormous 13th Century monastery in Paris, Michel has installed giant foam-producing machines, bubbling huge quantities of unpredictable wet cloud into the classic architecture of the building. Très belle.

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Michel Blazy: Bouquet Final

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Michel Blazy: Bouquet Final