Marion Chauvin

Marion Chauvin, a scenographer, designer and visual artist, experiments with space through objects, colors and textures. Through offbeat adaptations, accumulation or transformation, she gives birth to unique creations. With Sérénade, Corazon and Lustre Flottant, she participated in various Festivals of Light in Lyon, Dubai and Helsinki.

By the same artist

Cascades (2018)

Fils de Crea have created a waterfall by stringing together water bottles to make five plastic garlands. They cascade from the roofs and balconies of the Temple du Change in a soothing blue haze. Cascades is a timely reminder that plastic epitomizes mass production and our throwaway culture. It is intended to raise awareness about the importance of recycling and eco-conscious artists Marion Chauvin and Adrien Bertrand are encouraging the public to do their bit. This installation gives food for thought by linking a poetic light feature with a message (in a bottle) about sustainable development.

Cocktail Party (2016)

An oversized glass will fill with cocktails and empty again to the rhythm of sound and light, plunging passers-by into a playful and offbeat summer atmosphere. 

With the support of TSCT Chaudronnerie Plastique and the collaboration of HEMISPHERE for sound and light.

Bubble Gum (2016)

Walk through an unexpected and festive vivid installation. It spotlights two elements inherent to the urban area: chewing gum and cars. Lighted and movable inflated objects will invade and ooze out of parked cars, creating a playful, offbeat world. 

Project sponsored by Nacarat. With the support of Sikkens Solutions Vachon, Garage de la Radio, Elec Création, Greenlux Design and le Cri du Kangourou. In collaboration with Prom Events.

Palm Beach (2014)

Each evening, this artery, which is delineated with unusual palm trees made from work site chutes and spinnaker canvas, turns into a Riviera. As you stroll under these large, brightly colored trees, you'll be irresistibly attracted by the lights and colors of the South.

With the technical support of Haemmerlin and Diatex