Turn left, right, right and right again and you’ll find yourself at the point of departure, but yet there’s something slightly different: you now face the world in opposite direction.
Left, Right, Right, Right is the title of Chaim van Luit’s (NL, 1985) first solo exhibition outside the Netherlands. It shows a number of recent works that are a quest into the parallels between the exhibition, the works and the universe. The work Untitled (Orion) consists of a transistorradio with a wire connected to the antenna. This wire marks a seemingly random pattern on the gallery wall. But while the space is filled with only noise you discover that this pattern actually forms a star constellation - Orion. Nothing is arbitrary in Van Luit’s work that draws a line between objects, space, moments in time and the universe that fades to black.
Leaving through the same door as you entered you’ll face the world slightly different.
Workshop gallery is a new contemporary art exhibition space of 16m2 located in the suburbs of Beirut, platform for emerging Lebanese and international artists.