Luminescence 2001 is a cathedral of the industrial age (Yan Dupuy, 1993).
This pyramid of light, mounted on four legs that support the triangular iridescent needles, consists of plates of a translucent acrylic material similar to glass and as solid as steel: Lexan (polycarbonate). Yan Dupuy (1950), trainee goldsmith, here assembles a material well known in industry, architecture and transport for its strength, light weight and transparency.
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Office de Tourisme de Passy - 28/10/2021
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