The last of the series of pictures on the galleries in the Belgo building. I did not take these to present the works of an artist. I was so impressed by the location I could not stop trying to capture the space and atmosphere. What first looked very uninviting and unwelcome was surely worth the long visit. Exploring the corridors on 4 different levels, peering through half open doors, disappointed at the closed ones ... it was well worth the effort.
I did not find a website for the Galerie Luz (there is none mentionned on the business card), nor for the artist Elisabeth Geraghty. Looking for more information I found this site about the Belgo buildng. If you want to stay tuned on ongoing exhibitions have a look here : http://www.bettinaforget.com/TheBelgoReport/
Pictorial, sculptural and musical installation. A panel (on the right of the first picture and in the back of the second) is connected to several other panels that have a musical instrument built into them : a violin, a rain-stick, a mandolin. It is also connected to a chair with an accordion. Different switches on the first panel will activate the connected instruments on the other panels and the chair creating a 'concert'. The back of the panels is meant to be seen, artwork on both sides.