New Pink Floyd exhibition at V&A museum in London is a great example of multisensorial experience design. It has been put together with great attention to every detail, creating a fantastic viewing experience. Continue reading
New exhibition at the White Cube Bermondsey gallery by American artist Theaster Gates is called Freedom of Assembly. Although at first the work appears quite dark and minimalistic, the experience going through the gallery becomes empowering and positive – in the end it is about freedom to express. Continue reading
Supersymmetry is an installation by Ryoji Ikeda, who is a leading electronic composer and visual artist focusing on mathematical precision and aesthetics. The work is developed from his exchanges with scientists and engineers during his stay at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN).
From 80’s Post-Punk era to present day London Subcultures are presented at ICA‘s major exhibition inside the Selfridges department store in London. The exhibition is made out of specially curated vitrines and video installations. It covers multi-disciplinary collection of art, fashion, graphics, craft and design. The exhibition captures the period when London underground scene entered into mainstream. Furthermore it is aiming to answer the question of what is the alternative scene of the London counterculture today? Continue reading
An art exhibition at the Truman Brewery in East London. “Edge of Arabia was founded by a small collective of artists who met in the mountains of Aseer, Saudi Arabia, in 2003. What began as a border-crossing collaboration, against the backdrop of the last gulf war, is now an established platform which has grown bold through the successful realisation of international projects & the grassroots support for its mission”.