The French Pavilion of the International Exhibition
VICAT - LE CORBUSIER - GUERMONT
Economizing the material to the extreme and putting the human being at the heart of the process, MINI AGUA, an interactive concrete creation (8.2 x 3.3 feet by only 1 inch thick), is selected to be the artwork shown at the French Pavilion of the International Exhibition ASTANA 2017 (10 June - 10 September 2017), whose overall theme is "Energy of the Future". To create "a breath" in this huge show, a Parisian style apartment is created with the portraits of the inventor of artificial cement, Louis Vicat; the architect, Le Corbusier; and the artist, Milène Guermont. You can also discover MINI AGUA , a thin sculpture made of Polysensual Concrete that emits sounds if you touch it.
600.000 people visited the French Pavilion.
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Backstage of the pavilion under construction and two live videos.