▲装置鸟瞰，aerial view of the installation ©vincent leroy
The effect is singular and surprising, full of contrast between the rock and the smooth surface of the spheres. This improbable association challenges the curiosity of the visitor of the place: it is totally unexpected. Like sliced loops, repetition becomes multiple and infinite. Focusing on a detail becomes captivating.
▲泡泡反射峡谷中的橙色阳光，bubble reflecting the orange light in the canyon ©vincent leroy
Vl imagines a set of bubbles hanging in rotation between the cliffs of Bryce Canyon in the USA : The opportunity to contemplate nature through an optical effect. Each bubble captures the brightness of the unique orange light of the Canyon.
This installation makes us even more aware of the richness of this extraordinary place. The colors are shimmering, the light reflections are infinite and deep.
▲装置悬挂在布莱斯峡谷的悬崖之间，the mobile proposal levitating between the cliffs of Bryce Canyon ©vincent leroy
▲光滑的泡泡与坚硬的岩石形成对比，smooth surface of the bubble contracting with the rocks ©vincent leroy
▲景色在泡泡中无限重复，the effects are infinite ©vincent leroy
The mobile consists of a clever PMMA bubble assembly suspended by cable from a turntable : a perfectly proportioned and balanced whole. It’s a reflection on our relationship with the speed, the distance with the reality…so essential in today’s world. VL likes to take his time, breaking down each gesture that counts in his eyes. Once again it is the subtle mix of poetry and low technology that detaches us here from the real world.
▲泡泡中形成不可思议的景象，improbable mixture between two universes so far apart ©vincent leroy