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Tapis Rouge! by Gaëlle Villedary

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To mark the 10th anniversary of Art and Nature Trail in Jaujac, France, artist Gaëlle Villedary has created the grass carpet called Tapis Rouge! that goes through the whole village. The 420 meters of 168 rollers of turf grass have made their way through the village extending forward and taking turns here and there.

Tapis Rouge! by Gaëlle Villedary

Through the village to link natural areas on either side, a link, a path … a path connecting the heart of the village and its inhabitants with the valley. The incarnation of the wire through the ages to Jaujac is a piece of nature, a communion between Nature and Man, through Art.

The conceptual installation took place in 2011 and weighed 3,5 tons. A nice green pathway leads a resident around the village adorning the little streets. A beautiful way of celebrating the Art and Nature Trail. What do you think about Tapis Rouge!?

Tapis Rouge! Green Grass Road

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