Immerses Yourself in the Kinetic & Poetic Universe

🌅 Colorful celestial bodies, warm orange sunrises, bubbles in a canyon, with the clouds of infinite change…

🌅 Vincent Leroy‘s work mixes poetry and technology, the real and the virtual, the natural and the artificial, drawing inspiration from the natural and digital worlds.

🌅 Whether a dynamic sculpture or immersive installation, movement is almost always the raw material for Vincent Leroy’s creations. This slow movement inspires life, wonder, and a sense of permanent change.

🌅 In “Orange Sunrise“, Leroy reflects on our relationship with speed, distance, and reality “Sunrise”.

🌅 The work is presented as a slowly rotating luminous installation consisting of overlapping transparent pieces. The sun’s color is reinterpreted through infinite orange gradients, creating a mysterious and fascinating blur of space.

🌅 “Bubbles in Bubbles Canyon” imagines a transparent sphere suspended between cliffs in Bryce Canyon, USA. The installation hopes to provide viewers with an opportunity to think about nature through optical effects.

🌅 Each bubble captures the color and shape of the cliff, and the installation highlights the richness of this extraordinary landscape. On the surface of the bubbles, the brown-orange color of the rock shimmered and reflected in the light. The work is also full of juxtapositions, with rough, rugged landscapes contrasting with smooth bubbles.

Boreal Halo installation © Vincent Leroy Studio

☁️ Vicent Leroy’s works are usually immersive installations. They are big and somehow can “embrace” the audiences so that audiences can “enter” the installations. His works immerse visitors in his kinetic & poetic universe by bringing together some of his most notable works and new creations. These works offer a visual experience as well as an emotional and bodily one.

☁️Wishing one day I have the opportunity to enter one of these massive works.

Sunrise installation © Vincent Leroy Studio

🗿 I was studying Visual Art at the university. Installation Art is one of the fields I studied and love. I see architecture as installations, but more complex and functional. This is also the reason I put this article under the category “Architecture”. If you read my previous blogs, I wrote a lot about the installations used for Fashion Week. I will introduce more incredible installations in the future to bring more inspiration to you.

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Author: Anfy

Dream(ak)er. Graduate of the University of Toronto. Studied Architecture, Visual Arts, and Art History. Freelance fashion model, video maker/ social media manager, UX/UI designer. Being expressive makes me alive, being creative makes me curious.

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