The installation Éole celebrates Molza paper that has fanned out around a Swiss pine wood center. Movement can be created manually with its set of double counterweights, causing the round Molza paper elements to move playfully in circular and linear motions in space.
The spatial installation hence refers to the reduced principle of the clock mechanism.
In addition, the idea is to capture and to play on the nature of the relationship between the recognition of a shape and its fragrance. Through the circular movements of the Molza paper and its centrifugal effect, the natural olfactive scents of the pine wood are spread out in space.
Similar to a fan the installation is therefore a natural olfactive diffuser.
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