T A P E  P A R I S

T h e  P a l a i s  d e  T o k y o ' s  ' I N S I D E '

T A P E  T O K Y O 

' S  P  I  R  A  L    G  A  R  D  E  N '

The collective known as Numen | For Use has redefined the idea of ordinary into extraordinary with structural installations that challenge its audience both psychologically and physically. A simple and everyday material such as tape is transformed into an interactive landscape through a complex and tedious process. The outcome 'Tape Paris' and 'Tape Tokyo' are installations that evoke thought and allow your curiosity to take a physical lead. Interacting not only with the audience but with the space itself. The landscape appears visually seamless yet is shaped by forces of tension between space and structure. 

The most recent installation in the 'Tape' series 'Tape Paris' launched this month and runs through 1.11.2015. It is the twelfth in the series, but no less impressive. 

WORDS | Sanam Miremadi [ ChloeTouran ]

VIDEO | COS x Palais de Tokyo by Andrew Telling 

IMAGES | Numen | For Use and Wallpaper*