Stephan Breuer is a French artist who works with innovative technologies used in scientific research and architecture. He leads Flying Concepts, an immaterial entity meant to intensify one’s visionary and sensory perceptions.
His latest exhibition entitled “Futur Absolu” is currently on display until April 1, 2013 at the Palais Imperial de Compiegne. Prism Atemporal is a monumental immaterial light sculpture projected in the space of the Salle des Gardes. The goal of the work is to offer the visitor a new perception of space and time. The perpetual cycle of the two monochrome colors, white and gold, represents the links between both side of each reality, the immaterial reality (white) and the material reality (gold).  Also, an extended version of his piece Cosmic Horizon was exhibited at the opening of Futur Absolu, which can be viewed here. Showcased below are images of Prism Atemporal and Palais Imperial de Compiegne that Stephan captured with the Leica S2.

– Leica Internet Team
To see more of Stephan’s work, visit his website. For more information on the exhibition, click here.