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Kaze, Tales of the wind

Contemporary creation

From 16 February 2024 to 5 January 2025

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Production: Culturespaces Studio ® | Direction and design: Niels Prayer | Music: Niels Prayer

Kaze ( かぜ - the wind in Japanese) is a ten-minute immersive digital art project that plunges us into the heart of a colorful world in pursuit of a flying bird. Immersion and exhilaration will be at the heart of this experience.
At the bottom of his cage, the bird Hi ひ (flame in Japanese) hopes to one day reunite with his kind. He must take off and search for them wherever the wind leads him.
As the last one held captive after all his peers had already escaped, he will embark on the trail of his two brothers, Konoha このは (bird with shades of tree leaves) and Mizu みず (bird with water hues). The birds’ past presence is evoked in the form of spirit-birds. Through scenes assembled in a single long take, he wanders across the world of wind and air, up to the ending where everyone manages to return to the Tree House, far, high up in the skies.
His journey takes him to discover villages of floating windmills, encounter herds of kites, weather an electric storm, or peacefully soar among lantern nebulae as night falls.

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🎟️ Your ticket also gives you access to "From Vermeer to Van Gogh, the Dutch masters" & "Mondrian, the architect of colours" in the submarine base and "Foreign Nature" in the Cube.

🔄 Looped broadcast with "Foreign Nature" in the Cube.

🕐 Last admission 1 hour before the Bassins close.