In London this week: Temple of the Tongue, and Perfume
exhibitions / Installation

In London this week: Temple of the Tongue, and Perfume

The outlandish food artists Bompass and Parr have opened their studio for the first time ever, offering visitors a ‘sensual and provocative installation’, through a selection of gastronomical, immersive and flavour-based innovations. The event Temple of the Tongue coincides with the studio’s 10th anniversary and displays a decade’s worth of creations that earned the duo … Continue reading

Sunday Listening: Behind-the-scenes on how the VR experience ‘Thresholds’ was made
exhibitions / On Sundays

Sunday Listening: Behind-the-scenes on how the VR experience ‘Thresholds’ was made

Listen to Somerset House’s podcast talking with Thresholds artist Mat Collishaw on the creation of his current VR experience, a virtual photography exhibition taking participants back to the beginning of photography. What is an honest self-review by the artists and developers on how much they were able to the achieve with VR, the exhibition is more of an … Continue reading

In London this week: Tate Modern’s Fogfalls and Barbican’s life-size Japanese house
exhibitions / Installation

In London this week: Tate Modern’s Fogfalls and Barbican’s life-size Japanese house

Two major exhibitions welcomed their first visitors (and participants) this past weekend in London. At the Barbican, The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945, sees their Gallery space transformed with an ambitious and unprecedented full-size recreation of the Moriyama House (2005) by Pritzker-prize winning architect Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA), considered to be one of the most important houses … Continue reading