The Chill out is a place of exchange, where volunteers can meet. They can rest during the day and have a drink and dance during the evening.
Yellow and orange musical waves, spreading like heartbeats from the bar -the nerve centre of the place- to the ends, on the walls and even on the ceiling, echoe to the customised reclycled furniture, (benches and tables made from wooden pallettes) and the painted bamboo ashtrays.
A trim being prepared for the bar, which is just a a simple board on two trestles.
The Catering is a place where hundreds of volunteers gather for morning, afternoon and evening meals. It is a space of 200m2 to decorate with the obligation of leaving free space between dozens of tables.
We created a 10m long and 2m wide suspended installation, supported by the light truss. Cheerfull and colorful, it echoes to the game universe and invites people to spend a friendly time around the meal.
Dozens of colored geometric shapes and lettering cardboard are suspended with nylon threads, This installation was carried out on the ground, before being lifted permanently.
Under the tree, next to a hung hammock, is a space dedicated to reverie. The outdoor installation is made from 2000 origami butterflies laid on dancing nylon threads, which vibrates with the wind. The structure (2m50 high, 2m wide, 1m80 deep) made of bamboo has a red roof inspired from Japanese culture to protect it from bad weather.
A swarm of butterflies for a poetic installation. At night, their color changes with the lighting. The cloud becomes a beacon, guiding volunteers through out the dark, and hypnotizes other.
For the Reggae Sun Ska festival,
I was in charge of the volunteer spaces set design.
With a very limited budget and in a principle of eco-responsibility, we chose to work with recycled materials (cardboard, pallets, paper, bamboo, etc.)