Cellar Door Loris Greaud


Cellar Door has two phases, ON and OFF. I had had the unfortunate yet sublime pleasure to experience Cellar Door on OFF.

The entire of the Palais de Tokyo is assumed by the works of Loris Greaud. There is an industrial garage door, you stand in front of the motion sensor, and the door lifts. Combination of sound and light installations, I’m sure its spectacular when ON.

The dark forest felt straight out of Tim Burton’s Nightmare before Christmas. Paintings in the exhibition, OF the works in the exhibition where stuning and echoed the difference the lights have on the works (since many of the pieces have neon bulbs or electrical components).

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