In all of the Stephane Vigny Installations, there is a sense that the artist wants us to see the beauty in items that already exist, trying to inspire us to see more into the things that we usually take for granted.
Living by the motto, "Why add another object to this world when it is overflowing with objects already?" Stephane Vigny reconstructs seemingly random objects, making viewers stare at something they would normally walk past without glancing at. A car is a fairly common sight, but when placed upside-down and topped with a see-saw, it piques our interest.
Barrels turned into love chairs and drum sets, candelabras used to hold florescent lights and cinder blocks turned into flowerpots are some of the unusual combinations found in the Stephane Vigny Installations.
These Stephane Vigny Installations Make Viewers Rethink the Ordinary
1. Object Combo Sculptures - The trend of mixing seemingly unrelated objects to create art installations could disrupt the traditional fine art industry and create new opportunities for upcycling and repurposing.
2. Reusing and Repurposing Ordinary Items - The trend of reusing and repurposing ordinary items could disrupt the waste management industry and create new opportunities for sustainable design and circular economy.
3. Encouraging the Appreciation of Everyday Objects - The trend of encouraging the appreciation of everyday objects could disrupt the consumer culture and create new opportunities for minimalist and mindful living.
1. Fine Art - The fine art industry can adopt this trend of mixing seemingly random objects to create unique installations and sculptures.
2. Waste Management - The waste management industry could adopt the trend of reusing and repurposing ordinary items to reduce waste and promote sustainability.
3. Home Decor - The home decor industry could adopt the trend of creating unusual combinations of everyday objects to create unique and eye-catching decor pieces.