Overflow

Overflow

Moire in praise to winter floods overflowing a river Lyonnaise.

Venerated, channeled, exploited, rejected, coveted: the water maintains passionate and ambiguous relationships with the city and its inhabitants.
Wateriness loses meaning and trace in our contemporary cities. In Lyon, the Saône never stops reminding the city and its inhabitants that it is very powerful since it always overflows in winter. Anyway, no memory is left by this wave on the architecture bordering the water.
The moire, made in Lyon, is a silk fabric with moving patterns. Those disappear in contact with water. Thus disposed near the water of the Saone, the moire is there in praise to the river's overflowing.

Summer 2015 - fabric installation
Approximately 5 square meters, quai de Saône, Saint Vincent footbridge
Partnership with : Franck Benaud


Chantepleure

Chantepleure

Carreaux d'eau

Modèle aquatique

Inde

Surface

Submersion

Flaque

Nature Facture

Dérive

Fontaine

Essaimer

Hématome

Surtout

Ancrée

Immersion

J'eau

Débordement

Empoignée

Archéologie

À bord perdu

Guéridon haut

Guéridon haut