Interactive Light Display Transforms Moroccan Church into a Multicolored, Reactive Art Experience

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Sacré Coeur in Casablanca, Morocco was designed by French architect Paul Tournon in 1930. The cathedral’s underuse (religious functions ceased in 1956) combined with its vaulting Neo-Gothic breadth, makes it the perfect venue for cultural engagement. 

Cue the lights: From April 3 – 6, French transmedia installation designer Miguel Chevalier bedecked the halls with Magic Carpets 2014, a projected animation that turned the institution’s massive floor into a multicolored, reactive art experience. 

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