When the sun goes down, its colors give a new shape to rivers, bridges and hills. Its light sculpts crepuscular landscapes and creates atmospheres.
Let’s go down the Saône via the Tilsit quay, at the level of Bonaparte Bridge. The Saint Georges church stands there, thin and elegant with its neo-gothic architecture from the 19th century. Like in the lens of a camera, we focus in its tower and move laterally : a green landscape rolls in the background and at the level of the number 3 of Tilsit quay, this tower overlays the front of St Just High-School.
The passersby, by moving creates a “meeting point”. The architecture seems to represent a postcard.
This perspective is built from a specific point of view, it’s “l’oeil du prince”, the spot where the prince would sit in ancient theaters.
Light control : ISIS Productions
Technical direction : Xavier Durand
Technical service : Blue Squares
Assistant : Sarah Marcotte
Art direction : Jean-Luc Hervé