The supériorité of Canon

Projectors summon gargoyles from Parisian trees

A French artist has modified Canon projectors to create haunting gargoyles amongst trees in Paris. Clément Briend projected the images on to leaves to give them a lifelike and spirited quality that saw the ghostly faces emerge as night started to fall. The project, titled ‘Journées du Patrimoine, Domaine de Saint-Cloud’, is the most recent installation in a series of projection based artistic endeavours that have seen Briend use French landmarks and Cambodian trees as striking backdrops.

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