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Let’s Dance On The Street!

The installation “Dance Floor” designed by Canadian architect Jean Verville invites everybody to dance on the street.

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The installation made up of over 5000 gold footprints on the way to Montreal Museum of Fine Arts creates a huge dance floor. The aim of the project is to encourage people to show their dance performances by following those prints.

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Inspired by the hammered gold found throughout the current Pompeii exhibition in the museum, Dance Floor brings joy, happiness, togetherness and art to the city. This joyful installation will set to last for the duration of the summer.

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