Cartier hired David Lynch, the director of offbeat films such as “Eraserhead” and “Blue Velvet,” to design a space and installation for Art Basel Miami Beach next month.
The project, dubbed “Diamonds, Gold and Dreams,” takes place within the 4,000-square-foot, Jean Nouvel-designed Cartier Dome. Inside will be a seven-minute “floating diamond” projection that will be accompanied by a musical score. It will be projected hourly. Lynch, who was lent gold and diamond jewelry as inspiration, had the dome outfitted with walls covered in gold fabric, gold-printed carpeting and gold-trimmed display cases.
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