Pagan by Romain Tardy is Inspired by Ancient Traditions

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 28, 2013 • References: romaintardy &
Pagan by Romain Tardy is a stunning projected installation that is influenced by the Latin term Paganism,' which refers to religious traditions that are polytheistic or indigenous. Nevertheless, viewers don't have to be knowledgeable about such terminology or traditions to appreciate the visually striking show. The beautiful forms created will strike a cord in anyone's heart.

Installed on the main facade of the Museum of Antiquities in Toulouse, France, Pagan by Romain Tardy was specifically inspired by a bacchanalian head scultpure that was exhibited as an antique pagan idol. By using the idea of polymorphism, the head is made almost invisible via a network of straight lines. Not to mention that the light present throughout Pagan by Romain Tardy creates several patterns from abstract constellations to enigmatic symbols. Stats for Morphing Constellation Installations Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 321 clicks in 168 w
Interest: 0.6 minutes
Concept: Pagan By Romain Tardy
Related: 79 examples / 61 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 29 similar articles, including: floating origami structures, sprawling tabloid exhibits, and luminous cloud installations.