The sprawling work titled Immersion by Le Module de Zeer, a graffiti artist based in Paris, France, is mind-boggling. It depicts a random group of organic forms taking over an entire room. They look as though they are being pulled to the center of the room as though succumbing to some sort of strange force. This same force is perhaps what keeps the middle completely unoccupied.
Created for Les Bains nightclub, Immersion by Le Module de Zeer was recently demolished with the rest of the building. One of fifty street artists to transform the club's interior before its destruction, the design will nevertheless continue to live on through these images as well as its accompanying video.
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