An Insight Into Lumières: The Play Of Brilliants

(The following comes to us from Felix Macias who took the following pictures of the exhibit.)
There are not many times when I feel that I truly understand art, but when I get it, I get it. Well, at least I think I do. This was very much the case for an intriguing exhibit I decided to check out earlier this year in Paris, France while I was on Spring Break.
Being housed in the antique and beautiful Elephant Paname dance studio just a few blocks away from the Opera House, I was utterly enraptured by the various works on display. If it hadn’t been for previously arranged plans, I would’ve stayed even longer.
While initially unsure of what to expect, I soon found myself possessed by the audio-visual experiences around me. The sound of the rain in the ring of water light. The powerful hum of the lights and motors. My footsteps and air currents of passersby that made shapes dance upon the walls. And at times, there was simply a blissful silence and nothing but light for the senses to feast upon.
This is merely a small sampling of the pictures I took, but alas my water-logged camera and my poor photography skills are the bane of my existence. It’s part of why I stick to writing instead.

(For a list and information about all the artists featured at this exhibit, click here.)







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