Modern Ruins – The living sculptures of Michel Blazy for the Biennale de Lyon

When vegetation and nature take over again our modern ruins, a beautiful series of creations of French artist Michel Blazy created as part of the Biennale de Lyon 2015. Broken photo camera, obsolete computer, defective printer, used shoes and old sweaters are transformed into living sculptures, becoming the field of small plants, fungus and mold. These fragile and random installations illustrate poetically the obsolescence and decline in our current consumer societies. The work of Michel Blazy is currently exhibited at La Sucrière. More information: Biennale de Lyon.

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