(Installation "weight 2", outdoor sculpture, Burgundy, France)
Art installations are supposed to engage the viewer and make them feel like they're interacting with the art, whether simply through visual engagement or through actual tactile interaction.
(Installation "knot", indoor sculpture, itinerant)
But the amazing architectural art installations created by French art director/architect Cyril Lancelin engage the mind and body, and when the viewer is in the midst of Cyril's installations they feel like they're in another world.
(Installation "pyramid", itinerant inflatable structure, Los Angeles)
Cyril worked with "some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and L.A." before opening town.and.concrete studio in 2016, and when he's not creating incredible installations he's designing far out private residences, like House "cylinder" located near Lyons, France: