“We believe that our sense of smell is learnt from deeply embedded associations with colour and texture. What happens when we soften and unlearn our logic for interpreting scents.” Asakala Geraghty, Creative Director at Illuminum London.
Architect Antonino Cardillo’s Colour as Narrative at Illuminum Perfume Gallery is a unique olfactory experience that weaves together subtle sensory stimuli through its use of a space within a space, recesses of light, and, contrary to its title, the awareness of scent through its sparse use of colour.
Two things – bgirlrhapsody recently celebrated its first birthday, and I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank all of my readers and subscribers for taking the time to visit the site, and I hope you all enjoy reading my articles as much as I enjoy writing them.
Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to write an article for the upcoming Issue Four of ODOU Magazine. Furthermore, my article is going to be accompanied by illustrations by the immensely talented Massimo Alfaioli. I can’t begin to tell you what an exciting prospect it is for me to have my work included in such a respected publication as ODOU!
Funding for Issue Four is currently trying to achieved on Indie GoGo, and it would mean so much to me if any of you would be able to get involved to help make this happen. All of the available funding options can be found here.
Please accept my thanks in advance for any contributions you might be able to make, and if it’s not too much trouble, please pass the message along.
I was lucky to catch the last day of Leontia Gallery’s witty and thought-provoking Consume pop-up exhibition in Hoxton this week. While its primary format is its online presence, Leontia Gallery also stages a series of temporary pop-up spaces throughout London where they showcase the work of exciting, emerging international artists such as Rococo Wonderland, urban artist Schoony, Magnus Gjoen, Jean-Luc Almond, and Carne Griffiths, who are working in unique formats and unexpected use of materials.