What if, in the city of Belfast that is conflicted both emotionally and physically, a non-churchgoer artist decides to follow an artistic thread of visiting every church in Belfast for a service, simply looking and listening to what is going on?
Bronagh Lawson decided to do just that. After thirteen years of setting up and running cross-community, cross-border development programmes on interfaces in Belfast, she went back to her artistic roots and simply followed a thread of creative enquiry.
Ten years later, she considered how she could encourage others to see an alternative view of the spiritual life of the city. Belfast: City of Light is a true account of that journey. May it start a thousand conversations.