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

Installation

Met the London Bar Dedicated to Digital Art

REDYELLOWBLUE is the new-ish bar slash exhibition space, which opened in East London at the site of the former Olympic Venue, dedicated to digital art. Conceptualised by the team at JaguarShoes Collective, known for other memorable London bar interiors (Shoreditch’s authentic rough-round-the-edges DreamBags JaguarShoes, and the pagan folklore interior of Hackney Down’s Hands Of Glory), the … 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