Cotentin.  18m flying whale and other works full of light to discover this Thursday

Cotentin. 18m flying whale and other works full of light to discover this Thursday

The flying whale in action, in the Ecausseville (Manche) hangar. (© Claudine KEMPF)

Association Air sculpturehere every summer and during school holidays in an airship hangarEcausseville (Channel) with his aerofeathersallows you to discover the hangar in a different way.

Bring your sunbeds

With Kévin, the association gives new free date on Thursday, October 27 from 6:30 p.m. in the shed for “Falling from the Nest” evening. The managers introduce themselves full light works. It is open to all and for all ages. As the organizers point out, “free entry, bring your sunbeds”.

If you want to see the show, you can sit on a deck chair and watch quietly “The Whale”, FloweR Power show and theater performance. “Le Vol de la Baleine” is the new creation of Jean-Pierre David, creator of the helium-filled aeroplum.

The whale is 18 m long and 3.5 m high. Its two fins are 3 m long and its tail span exceeds 6 m. It is self-luminous and offers the possibility of programming light writing that plays on tones and color temperatures.

The invisible device reveals only LED light trails that eventually blend into the transparency of the night. Light forms endless spirals, similar to flowers.

Facilitators are present until Sunday, November 6. You will be able to discover the hangar by flying with an aeroplum inflated with helium.

Thursday, October 27 from 6:30 p.m. Free entry. Information: tel. 06 41 98 32 97; By email: [email protected]

From our correspondent Claudine KEMPF

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