You walk in. You stop. You don’t quite know what’s happening. The floor is dancing, the walls are moving, the music is filling you inside. You need to adjust your senses. The room is full of colorful images. They are constantly changing, in harmony with the powerful notes of Beethoven, Strauss and Puccini.
It’s breathtaking. It’s something you haven’t seen before. Unless you’ve already been to this place before, in which case I don’t blame you. I think I might travel to Carrieres de Lumieres to see it again. Soon.
The exhibition Klimt and Vienna. A century of gold and colors is open until January 4th 2015 at the impressive Carrieres the Lumieres quarries in Les Baux-de-Provence in the south of France.