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Cave aux Bulles (Bubbles’ Cellar)

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An interactive installation set up in an old wine cellar in Guévaux, Switzerland, Cave aux Bulles (Bubbles’ Cellar) waits for someone to blow bubbles that appear, not as soap bubbles, but as shadows projected on the wall. Project by Joelle Aeschlimann, Pauline Saglio, and Mathieu Rivier.

In the archives: more shadows and a spectacular amount of bubble videos, including giant bubbles, mud bubbles, geometric bubbles, and scientific adventures with 20,000 year old air bubbles.

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