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World in Motion - Gare du Nord

By
Fabien Chalon (Artiste)
13 December 2012

A visual artist and creator of moving sculptures for 20 years, Fabien Chalon was commissioned by the SNCF to create “Le Monde en Marche” (World in Motion) : monumental sculpture that has livened up the centre of the Gare du Nord in Paris since 2008. It’s a “monument” that moves every hour and leads to conversations and discussions between travellers. It’s a playful and lively piece of participatory art.






A visual artist and creator of moving sculptures for 20 years, Fabien Chalon was commissioned by the SNCF to create “Le Monde en Marche” (World in Motion) : monumental sculpture that has livened up the centre of the Gare du Nord in Paris since 2008. It’s a “monument” that moves every hour and leads to conversations and discussions between travellers. It’s a playful and lively piece of participatory art.


Fabien Chalon

Artiste

A visual artist and creator of moving sculptures for 20 years, Fabien Chalon was commissioned by the SNCF to create “Le Monde en Marche” (World in Motion) : monumental sculpture that has livened up the centre of the Gare du Nord in Paris since 2008. It’s a “monument” that moves every hour and leads to conversations and discussions between travellers. It’s a playful and lively piece of participatory art.



To cite this publication :

Fabien Chalon (13 December 2012), « World in Motion - Gare du Nord », Préparer la transition mobilitaire. Consulté le 22 February 2024, URL: https://forumviesmobiles.org/en/videos/3187/world-motion-gare-du-nord


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