Light has been the challenge of the night world. Electricity replaced the sun and extended the day by 12 hours, doubling the amount of time the world could be seen. Just like the control of water, its control was the occasion for innumerable innovations at Versailles, from the mirror ball to the oil lamp and the illumination of the stage sets.
The students will create a mobile floor. During the evening, the Grand Carré will be illuminated, becoming a huge projection surface for the students' projects. These illuminations will have a key role to play in maintaining coherence: they will create changing spatiality and relationships with the geometry of the garden, inducing particular functions (show, dance floor, etc.).
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