Rotganzen's 'Quelle Fete' 2012 Installation is Sad and Tired

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 6, 2012 • References: flickr & neatorama
The Quelle Fete 2012 art installation is aptly titled. Meaning 'What Party' in French, it is comprised of various disco balls in a state of depletion. A sad little get together, to say the least, this art project is full of character as well as narrative.

Created by Rotterdam-based art collective known as Rotganzen, the Quelle Fete 2012 installation was commissioned for Wenneker Pand in Schiedam, the Netherlands. Set in a brightly lit room, which is very uncharacteristic of a full-blown party backdrop, the disco balls appear to be taking a break rather than half-heartedly dancing the night away.

As though commenting on the tired night scene, the Quelle Fete 2012 installation art installation is, at the end of the day, very playful. Stats for Deflated Disco Balls Trending: Older & Warm
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