Artist Fills French Monastery With Cascading Foam Bubbles

Artist Fills French Monastery With Cascading Foam Bubbles

Earlier in the year, Paris-based Michel Blazy installed a series of foam sculptures inside the Cistercian monastery in France. The curious installation is housed inside the 13th-century structure and features forms of cascading bubbles that resemble free flowing clouds and cotton candy. Entitled "Bouquet Final", hit the thumbs to for a closer look at thie artist's kinetic installation in full. 

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