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Wonderful Mild Display Generates Carpeting Along a Church Floor

Magic Carpeting is an intricate set up by Miguel Chevalier in which the France specialist modified a former church area into a enchanting scene of audio and lighting. He used technological innovation to venture a wide range of various colored light styles and mosaics, motivated by Islamic art, across the floor. As audiences stepped throughout the area, the entertaining styles modified and modified in unforeseen motions to create a immediate conversation between individuals and the surrounding space.

The France Institution of The other agents welcomed Chevalier to make the entertaining set up within the nave of the Sacré Coeur church in Casablanca, Morocco—formerly a church but now home to many exhibitions and events. The exclusive rugs presented a ongoing circulation of soaked shades, first in whirls of hypnotizing color underfoot and then morphing into enchanting rectangle, almost pixelated, series. In addition to light show, guests found themselves consumed by the echoing appears to be of music by Michel Redolfi.

Watch the video below to see the magical experience in action.

Miguel Chevalier Magic Carpets

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