All images: © Tine Bech Studio
Fancy a break from the everyday routine? Call into the ground floor lobby of 201 Bishopsgate for a playful look at art installations combined with innovative technology.
Transforming both the environment and human behavior through the creative possibilities of play-making, Come Into Play forms an immersive and interactive environment.
Combining artistic design with technology, the highly engaging artworks form a playable space in which human experiences are placed firmly at the centre, encouraging participation and communication. Continuing artist Tine Bech’s exploration of the role of play in creating social bonds and new forms of communication, the exhibition also asks the viewer to consider how technology increasing shapes the ways in which we interact with one another.
Viewings are available 10am-4pm weekdays. To ensure ease of access on arrival, please confirm your visit by email with our art curator, Rosie Glenn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About the artist
Tine Bech is a multidisciplinary artist who creates innovative interactive projects which excite and inspire people around the world.
Through the Tine Bech Studio in London, the artist merges art and design with the digital language of technology to create stunning visual projects. Working with programmers, electronic engineers, fabricators and architects, Tine creates projects that place the human experience at the centre of our interactions with space, place and technology. In response to commissions from museums, galleries, cultural development bodies, private sector companies and individuals, the Tine Bech Studio creates large-scale public artworks, interactive spaces, wearable designs and social games.