Art installation lets you wear a cloud on your head

Art installation lets you wear a cloud on your head

Have you ever been scolded for having your head in the clouds? While it may be a common for artists because of their involvement in daydreams and imaginary worlds, the phrase can now be just as easily applied to art-goers.

A piece made by French duo Mickael Martins Afonso and Caroline Escaffre Faure has been installed at the Festival des Architectures Vives, creating an otherworldly environment of suspended clouds  that last much longer than these ephemeral indoor clouds that last for just 10 seconds. Photographer Paul Kozlowski of captured the sculptural installation with a stunning images of how the public interacted with the work.

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