Kosmogonies is an immersive and auditory installation that accompanies the show Kosmos but can also be presented independently in a school or cultural institution. It can be an integral part of the audience’s experience or offered to the public as a standalone exhibition.
In the theater lobby, museum, or in a dedicated room, children will discover a curious path of alcoves shaped like intangible tipis. This installation, designed by the young designer Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte, combines circular carpets arranged in a circle, like a miniature galaxy, with slender metal structures, delicate dreamlike dwellings.
Both a refuge and an object of curiosity, each tipi invites children to snuggle at its center and listen to various fragments and versions of the numerous cosmogonies recounted by humans.