Come and witness a sleek showing from A.A. Murakami.
Today, it seems like we all love a good interactive experience in the world of art. We’ve got the illusive Yayoi Kusama Infinity Rooms at the Tate and we’ve got the Van Gogh experience, both of which have taken London — not mention plenty of other worldwide cities — by storm.
So, we ask, you fancy another one? Of course you do. Let us point you in the direction of Silent Fall by A.A. Murakami over at Superblue London.
Running in Piccadilly’s temporary space until January 2022, Silent Fall whisks you away to a world of bubbles with environmental themes. It’s another heavy concept experience, with plenty of multi-sensory interactions to guide you through the visit.
As you first walk in, you’ll be struck by the swathes of mechanical trees that release the beautiful bubbles which guests can interact with. Potter around, burst some bubbles or even cradle them gently in your arms before setting them free. The choice is with you!
A.A. Murakami is the artist duo behind Studio Swine, which was created in 2011 by Japanese architect Azusa Murakami and British artist Alexander Groves. The pair aim to meld the spheres of art, design, and cinema while exploring themes of regional identity and resources in the globalisation age, using sustainable solutions along the way. Their impressive sensory installations come with the aim of emulating nature, in the same manner early cave paintings used the natural world as their canvas.