Elena Paroucheva - environmental artist – is invited at CIGRE biennial 2018, to share with us her experience in the transformation of industrial heritage and know-how into recognized works of art. Since 1999, she proposes her concept for pylons-sculptures: Electric art. These models and sculptures for multi-support installations (pylons, wind masts and telecom antennas) integrate energy networks with people and nature.
Transformation of an industrial patrimony, into an cultural legacy Elena Paroucheva transformed a mile-long "Electrical network" into "Artwork". Four towers were decorated with illuminated dresses, transforming them from OHL supports into "Creature dreams". Local population of Amneville (France) quickly nicknamed "La Source" as their own "Eiffel Tower".
The ladies coming to light - It is an extraordinary event that prepares Amnéville-les-Thermes on the occasion of European Heritage Days on Saturday 19th and Sunday, 20th September, 2009. "Source", a unique artwork created by artist Elena Paroucheva and her Ladies presents a "high fashion at high voltage".