An immersive art exhibition has opened in London, featuring stunning installations from London artists.
From 4th April–18th May, Sense of Space will take over Exchange Square behind Liverpool Street station. Offering a unique escape from the hustle and bustle, the exhibition will be made up of four different rooms that will take you through four different sensory experiences, each designed to keep you nice and chillllllled.
The first thing you’ll see is a beautiful mural of geometric shapes and optical effects designed by graphic artist Rob Lowe, aka Supermundane. You’ll then walk through four immersive rooms: The Doodle Room, a room full of Mr Doodle‘s famous doodles (how many times can you say ‘doodle’ in one sentence?); The Motion Box, which translates visitors’ movements and musical taste into beautiful displays of colour and light; The Infinity Garden, a stunning room filled with blossom trees and accompanied by the sounds and smells of nature; and finally The Zen Studio, the ultimate relaxation room filled with soft carpet, pastel colours, relaxing music and the calming scent of lavender.
From 5th–7th April, you can catch some live-action doodling in The Doodle Room by Mr Doodle! He’ll be there between 1–9pm to show off his skills. On the 10th and 11th April, Supermundane will be hosting talks about the concept behind his contribution to Sense of Space, and how he made it as a graphic designer. There’ll also be plenty of other events happening while the pop up remains popped up, including sensory yoga and silent cinema screenings. Check out the full line up of events here.
Location: Exchange Square, Broadgate, EC2A 2EH. Nearest station is Liverpool Street. See it on Google Maps.
Open: 5th April – 18th May.
Price: entry is free.
More information: from the Broadgate website.