Thru 30 September 2012
Olivier is based in Marseille and has a wide-ranging practice that considers the reckless and impossible and involves groups of non artists in its creation.
For the Biennial he is developing, with the support of Air Products and the University of Marseille, Pont de Singe, an un-crossable, un-walkable bridge, held aloft by a series of helium-filled balloons, which will rise and fall with the elements.
Mereheath Dr, Knutsford, Cheshire East WA16, UK. http://www.tattonparkbiennial.org/
Tatton Park Biennial: Flights of Fancy opens to the public on 12 May and runs through the summer until 30 September, 2012. This third edition of the Biennial considers the human urge to fly, to accomplish the impossible in fragile times. Its artists are considering the impact of experimentation on delicate eco-systems, looking backward and forward for guidance, wisdom and/or humour. Their proposed results are experiments in time and space.