In the village of Jaujac in Ardèche, the Marseille visual artist Gaëlle Villedary created "Red Carpet", an ephemeral installation made from 168 rolls of lawn. A ribbon of grass of more than 400 meters crosses the village, meanders in the alleys, traverses the public space, the bitumen and the cement, like a resurgence of the living, a breadcrumb trail guiding the walker.

Photographs: David Monjou

For more information, visit the website Gaëlle Villedary.

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