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“Double disque évidé par les toits” New Wonderful Work by Felice Varini In France

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Swiss artist Felice Varini is known for his large scale projections of geometric forms onto rooms and exterior spaces. In this case cats Felice Varini his gaze over the roofs and facades of the old town of Salon-de-Provence for an ambitious and original work.
This last project went up just last month and will be up until the 1st of November.
The many pieces composing the installation appear proportional when seen from a specific viewpoint, in this case the northern courtyard of the château de l’Emperi.
“Double disque évidé par les toits” or ” Double hollowed disk through the roof” (or something like that) is precisely composed of two circles “drawn” over the roofs and buildings of the old town.
Amazing. Grande Varini!

One comment on ““Double disque évidé par les toits” New Wonderful Work by Felice Varini In France

  1. Pingback: Artist Spotlight: Felice Varini | Sensibly Modern

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This entry was posted on June 19, 2013 by in Art, Street Art and tagged , , , , .
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