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Incredible journey in the City of Lights.
Unlikely site, Paris metro, dark, crowded, noisy.
Apparition of Eiffel Tower.
Transformation of Eiffel Tower.
Transformation of Eiffel Tower, into its essence.
Transformation of steel into poetry in the Paris metro!
Bravo!
– Avital S.
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Cette tour Eiffel structurelle metamorphose en ephemere, dentelle, aerienne
Quelle mereveille! – Avital S.

Dentelle d'Eiffel at FDR metro IMG_0219©Rebecca Clingman Dentelle d'Eiffel at FDR metro_IMG_0220 ©Rebecca Clingman

A mon tour, Eiffel! at FDR metro_IMG_1326©Rebecca Clingman

©Rebecca Clingman

June 8, 2013

Hi! I was probably among the first to see these at the Franklin Roosevelt stop, and they look fantastic. Every time I cross that platform, I make sure to take another look! These installations bring a touch of light and ephemeral delicacy into the busy underground of the metro.

Rebecca

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June 4, 2013

These are my impressions after seeing Eiffel projection in Paris metro:

The post-production of the project is just as much impressive as the projection itself!  (by post-production I mean people’s photos and reactions on your website)

Art that you want to share.

Images and people on move.

L’art dans l’espace inhabituel tout simplement.

Good luck with the project!

Ruta

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FDR_A mon tour, Eiffel! on screen w©Paula Singer

“A mon tour, Eiffel!” going up on screen at FDR   © Paula Singer

FDR - reflections on metro w ©Paula Singer

Reflections on metro in station at FDR ©Paula Singer

FDR_A mon tour, Eiffel! going up w©Paula Singer

“A mon tour, Eiffel!” going up in a reflection on the partition at FDR ©Paula Singer

FDR - reflections 1 w©Paula Singer

Reflection on partition and projection on screen of  film on opposite platform ©Paula Singer

FDR Dentelle d'Eiffel reflecting across the way w©Paula Singer

Reflection on partition of Dentelle d’Eiffel at FDR ©Paula Singer

Reflection in tunnel like a hologram at FDR ©Paula Singer

Reflection in tunnel like a hologram at FDR ©Paula Singer

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 I loved how the installations caught the light of the trains going by.  I loved the layers of images in space – reflecting on the glass partition and through that to the same image on the screen  on the other platform.  I also loved the energy of the images with all the people. The images really stick in your mind.  It was magical. Stunning. – Paula

Just saw Dentelle d’Eiffel. It’s up! It works! It holds its ground and sky and figure and field! Just beautiful and it’s interesting to see who stops in front and who looks towards the opposite quai. Let me say this : it is so unusual to see ART anywhere in a public space that the effect is thunderous. Amazing and moving.  Felicitations!  — Carol-Ann

Je viens de passer à Franklin Roosevelt voir Dentelle d’Eiffel. Très belle. Elle donne des ailes! Bravo, et encore encore !  — Tanith

Votre Tour Eiffel est encore plus belle qu’en réalité. — Etsuko

Quand j’ai vu votre travail à Franklin Roosevelt, je pensais que c’était le début d’une nouvelle tendance artistique. Je n’avais jamais vu un travail comme celui ci comprenant des photos – des images statiques, mises en mouvement comme vous l’avez fait. C’est magique. — S.T.

My Eiffel Tower doesn’t look the same tonight!  — Anne S.

C’est hypnotisant. Les gens vont louper leur métro!  — Liliane

©Christian Rouchouse

Photo in-situ  :  © Christian Rouchouse

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Photo in-situ  :  © Anne Sauzey

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Photo in-situ  :  © Anne Sauzey