Friday, 17 March 2017

The Iris @ NOW Gallery
I went to see the falling flower installation a few days ago, straight after work. The exhibition closes at 7pm during the week, I arrived at 6:15pm so I was pressed for time. I spent just under an hour staring at the hanging, dying flowers, all 10,000 of them. I really wish I visited on the first day as well as recently, that way I could've seen the difference and change.
The Iris is a piece by Rebecca Louise Law, she's know for her use of organic material, in a sculptural and painterly fashion. There's a really cute story behind why she picked this specific flower - are you read? Well, she discovered that the land that the NOW Gallery sits on was once a wetland of tidal marshes, previously known as ‘Bugsby’s’ and ‘Greenwich’ Marsh. And of course from her research she decided to create an installation that embraces the present and the past, HOW CUTE!

Thursday, 9 March 2017

7 Things To Do In Bali

7 things to do in bali

I was so unsure about what I wanted to do after graduating university, it was either stay in London working in retail part-time whilst finishing my internship or move back home (Manchester) and look for a graduate job without worrying about my part-time hours on minimum wage keeping me afloat month after month! As It was I was so stressed with my dissertation deadline getting closer and closer, staying up ‘til 6 in the morning researching. Don’t get me wrong I ADORED my dissertation topic but it was hard work.

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Do Ho Suh: Passage/s Exhibition

Hello Art Lovers! Thanks to my timeout app, I was able to get in line at the Victoria Miro Gallery to see what might be the most detailed handmade installation ever. Yes. Ever.

do ho suh passages exhibition victoria miro
“I see life as a passageway, with no fixed beginning or destination. We tend to focus on the destination all the time and forget about the in-between spaces.” – Do Ho Suh


Saturday, 4 March 2017

teamLab Transcending Boundaries Exhibition

Hello and welcome to my blog!
I didn't want to bore anyone with a post explaining what to expect and why I started doing this yadda yadda yadda, that's what my about me page is for.

Straight to the post. For a long while I have been obsessed with teamLab and their breathtaking exhibitions. So when I was notified that they're having a two month pop-up in London I HAD to be there! There are a few slots available, feel free to book here before it's all over. I knew I'd be in awe and would want to do it all over again, so I booked twice *clever*.

teamlab london exhibition