Pink Balls of Aires Libres in Montreal
For this year’s Aires Libres in Montreal, landscape architect Claude Cormier has turned a normal street into a pedestrian-only mall of arts and culture.
Pink Balls/Les Boules Roses consists of more than 170,000 pink balls hanging over a 1.2 km distance from Berri to Papineau Street in Montreal’s Sainte-Catherine Street East Village. There are three sizes of pink plastic balls, stretching over the street in nine sections, each with its own pattern. Pink Balls was produced by Impact Production in partnership with Société de développement commercial – SDC du Village.
Aires Libres will end September 12, 2011.
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