Medusa, jewellery and taboos
The architecture of the Medusa exhibition consists of a series of juxtaposed places.
In strict linearity, the exhibition leads the visitor through heterogeneous spaces and successive interior landscapes until they complete the visit and return to the starting point.
The visitor evolves in a succession of static and kinetic spaces, structured by a series of unusual micro-architectures, the personalised and hybrid forms of which seem to be significant.
Thus, long filiform tables, a series of display cases, mannequins and black mirror steles follow one upon the other, revealing their contents as soon as one approaches them.
Exhibition Jewellery and Taboos to the Museum of Modern Art in Paris
France, Paris 16e
1 200 m²
Projectiles, architect + scenographer (project manager)
Wa75, graphic design
Ville de Paris
DESIGN IN PRORESS 2016
CONSTRUCTION 2016 > 2017
IN USE from May 19, to November 5, 2017
© Vincent Fillon