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Dancing Shadow Sculptures


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Pictured above is a scene from Parade, an interactive art installation by Laurent Craste at the Chromatic art festival in Montreal. We've previously seen his whacking on porcelain sculptures. Now he's being a bit more gentle. His porcelain candlesticks look fairly ordinary. But introduce a swinging work lamp, and they become elegant dancers.

They remind me of Lumière from Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

-via Colossal


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It's an interesting idea but this isn't done with light and shadows. Those are computer graphics and a projector. I still like the clever design and interactive nature of the exhibit though.
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