900,000 Feet of Yarn Make Up Chiharu Shiota's Bon Marché Installation

For artist Chiharu Shiota, commissioned by the Bon Marché in Paris, shopping goes best with thinking.


Chiharu Shiota’s assistant wove wool-acrylic yarn for her immersive Memory of the Ocean, part of her exhibition “Where Are We Going?” at the Bon Marché, Rive Gauche, a Paris department store owned by LVMH Moét Hennessy–Louis Vuitton. Photography by Gabriel de la Chapelle.


Boatlike forms of aluminum-reinforced polypropylene rope were positioned for hoisting aloft in the store’s atrium. Photography by Gabriel de la Chapelle.


Adjustments were made to ensure proper suspension from the atrium skylight’s steel frame. Photography by Gabriel de la Chapelle.


The installation transformed the five-story atrium of the Bon Marché, which has reopened after a multi-year renovation by an in-house team. Photography by Gabriel de la Chapelle.


> See more from the April 2017 issue of Docservis

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