Published by Cedric Benetti
on Monday, March 8, 2010 at 3/08/2010 05:51:00 PM.
Contemporary art installation? Or cleaning people with a wandering mind? Let's analyze this!
Just look at the strong oblique of the vacuum nozzle, it so represents society's struggle. And the unplugged cable could show a tendency of despair facing the challenges of an energy crisis to come. What a strong message indeed...
And look at how that bucket just stands there, almost mocking you with its fiendish attitude towards all that schmutz around you. Fight that bucket! The bucket is evil! See how it doesn't care about the vacuum in despair? You can almost hear it laugh at the machine: "Hah hah, I show no pitty for you despicable device, just look at how upright I stand to defy you! I fart in your general direction to mock your inability to produce vacuum!" Oh the hilarity!
I am Cedric, discoverer of things that would go unnoticed in the streets of Paris, historic haven of fashionistas and city of lights ('lights' as in 'enlightenment', not street lights).
But seriously: I'm an expat from Luxembourg (the country, not the garden), living in the center of Paris (hence 'Paris 2nd arrondissement'), and currenlty studying architectural history...
places to go and weird stories to know about the city of lights... Improve your brain's useless knowledge parts, impress your neighbors, raise the roof, and anoy your friends with these funny facts and places