Located in Nantes, France, the project took three months of planning. The installation occupies a 20 m x 18 m (65 x 59 ft) space consisting of over 2000 individual pieces including: concrete buildings and lamp posts that light up at night, hundreds of figurines, and gravel from demolished buildings around town.
In the project description Cordal states the installation, ‘represents a kind of city in ruins: a metaphor for the collapse of capitalism and the side effects of progress. Follow the leaders is a critical reflection on our inertia as a social mass. Representing a social stereotype associated with power compound businessmen who run the global social spectrum.’
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