The 'Architectures Vives Festival' in Southern France continues its pattern of showcasing captivating art that looks excellent on camera with its suspended origami installation.
The installation was created by the French artists Maxime Derrouch, Typhaine Le Goff and Emeline Marty. The art piece takes up a section of the court of Montpellier and is accompanied by a mirror placed on the floor that reflects the suspended origami and makes the courtyard look as though it extends in two different directions. The origami has been folded into dozens of bird-shaped objects and hung in a way that makes it appear as though the birds are flying together in a flock.
This beautiful art piece engages guests in a unconventional way.