"The Wind Portal tries to grasp and emphasise common emotions and senses"



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Lebanese designer Najla El Zein has sent us this movie showing her 5000 spinning paper windmills being installed in a doorway at the V&A museum in London.

The Wind Portal installation by Najla El Zein comprises an eight-metre-high gateway made of paper windmills that were each folded by hand and attached to upright plastic tubes with custom-made 3D-printed clips.

In the movie, Zein says that the installation aims to make visitors feel and hear that they are transitioning between two spaces. “It defines an exaggeration of a specific sensorial moment that each one of us experiences throughout our daily lives,” she says.

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“The Wind Portal tries to grasp and emphasise common emotions and senses”



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