22, 23, 29, 30 July / 5, 6, 12, 13, 14 August

From 21H30
To 23H30

Light!

Glass Light Projections – Julien Guiller
Sound Atmosphere – Luc Martinez – Bernard Fort – Fernand Deroussen

Architecture is transformed by the rich organic matter of projected images, sound events which appear from silence… Colours and sounds answer each other in the evening air.
The Lumière de Verre (Glass Light) is a hitherto unseen illumination process obtained from a hand-engraved glass slide. This is real – projected – work of art, sublimating the illuminated monument in a contemplative, enchanting and immersive universe.


Display At the crossroads of heritage
Every projection evening until September 18th, at Abbey opening hours.
Yannick Pirot, photographs/ Stéphane Koch, monoliths

This photographic display will reveal how the abbey is open to its enviroment especially underlining the major place of Jean-Pierre Raynaud’s stained-glass windows in this encounter.

 

Useful information

The tearoom is open from 11.30am to 9.30pm with light snacks in the evening
From 8pm > Open picnic possible in the Abbey gardens
From 9.30 > Illuminations
10.30 > Last Entry

Pricing

5 € Price

Free Under 12s

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