All revolves around the reflection of the sun's light, and more particularly, at sunset times, when the colours densify until darkness.

La fleur, 2014
Honeycomb aluminium panels, fibreglass, epoxy resin, glass micro beads
Ø 400 cm x 80 cm
157,5 x 31,5 in.

Al Hamrã, 2014
A show by Vincent Beaurin. With the collaboration of composer, and musician Justin Godfrey. Festival New Settings, Théâtre de la cité internationale, Paris
Produced by lebeau et associés, with the participation of Hermès Foundation
La fleur, 2014
Honeycomb aluminium panels, fibreglass, epoxy resin, glass micro beads
Ø 400 cm x 80 cm
157,5 x 31,5 in.
La fleur, 2014
Honeycomb aluminium panels, fibreglass, epoxy resin, glass micro beads
Ø 400 cm x 80 cm
157,5 x 31,5 in.
Al Hamrã, 2014
A show by Vincent Beaurin. With the collaboration of composer, and musician Justin Godfrey. Festival New Settings, Théâtre de la cité internationale, Paris
Produced by lebeau et associés, with the participation of Hermès Foundation
Al Hamrã, 2014
A show by Vincent Beaurin. With the collaboration of composer, and musician Justin Godfrey. Festival New Settings, Théâtre de la cité internationale, Paris
Produced by lebeau et associés, with the participation of Hermès Foundation
La fleur, 2014
Honeycomb aluminium panels, fibreglass, epoxy resin, glass micro beads
Ø 400 cm x 80 cm
157,5 x 31,5 in.
Al Hamrã, 2014
A show by Vincent Beaurin. With the collaboration of composer, and musician Justin Godfrey. Festival New Settings, Théâtre de la cité internationale, Paris
Produced by lebeau et associés, with the participation of Hermès Foundation

Al Hamrã, 2014

Under a star, or a canopy, with surfaces reflecting a warm and golden light, the musician Justin Godfrey calls the essential elements of the landscape, when the sun is setting on the sea.
The spectators auditors are sitting on stage, in front, and around Justin, facing the hall, left in the dark, fully empty and silent as the space.
Justin plays hang-drum, drums, and surely, some other percussions. His music is purely solar, ringing, and hypnotic.
The star is enshrined in a four meter diameter circle. It is made of composite materials, honeycomb weave aluminium panels, fibreglass, epoxy resin, inset edge bands. Its interior surfaces are covered of glass coloured micro-balls. It is composed of seven branches, assembled in situ and dismantled latter, in order to travel. It is suspended, vertically or horizontally with steel cables, around two meters fifty from the floor.
It is lighted by a device fixed in its axis position, on the wall at the back of the stage, or from below.


lebeau & associés production

With the support of the Fondation Hermès