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Points de Vue

Living in the age of technology can make us forget that we are still humans living in a complex, rich, yet fragile ecosystem. Instead of upgrading or adding something into our lives, sometimes we just need to take a break and go back to the essence of nature. When was the last time you stopped to enjoy its flow?
This installation was inspired by Bayonne, a city bordered by the river “la Nive” and its natural protected area “Plaine d’Ansot”.
This wouldn’t be possible without all the help of Points de Vue team, volunteers and visitors: Alban / Gildas / Anais / Louise / Stéphane / Noemi / Léa / Eziz / Marie / Iris / Corinne / Félix / Béatrice / Elsa / Maïténa / Amandine / Audrey / Lucie / Cécile / Alice / Odile / Marie-Yannick / Lola / Delphine / Loréa. 
Work in progress photos: Alain Stab
Promoter
Points de Vue
Size
6x3,70m
Materials
14km of wool
15 000 screws
Year
2019
Location
Maison des Association, Bayonne, Basque Country, France
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