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Well known for his stunning projection mapping installations, more of which you can see here, artist Miguel Chevalier’s latest creation transforms 16th-century architecture of King’s College Chapel into stunning works of contemporary art. The installation is part of a fund raising event involving the University of Cambridge.

Aside from being totally immersive and mesmerising to look at Chevalier’s projections also had a purpose to accompany speeches at the event given by renowned university professors on subjects such as health, physics, biology and even a speech from professor Stephen Hawking’s on his research into black holes, during which the entire Chapel ceiling turned into a network of stars resembling the cosmos. Check it out in the photos and video below. You can see more of Chevalier’s work on Facebook and Instagram.

 

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel
Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

Projection Mapping Contemporary Art Over Chapel

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