From a universal fascination for the cosmos and a current context of planetary confinement
comes a project offering a singular experience to live, allowing us to connect to celestial
phenomena which we are not or no longer aware of, in a scientific and phenomenological way.
The project takes place within the historical site of the Lyon observatory in Saint-Genis-Laval, and
is integrated into this space that is both celestial and landscaped thanks to devices that are part
land art and part kinetic installation. These devices enhance viewpoints on the sky or specific
locations on the site. Connected to the sun, the stars and the moon, each of them speaks to the
public about the scientific phenomena that link it to the Earth. Shadows, light, reflections,
movement and slowness are called upon and invite the public to walk, observe, experiment, lie
down and take the time to contemplate time with all their sense.