Re-engage your senses this spring with our Sense Of Space free art installation in Exchange Square. Open Monday to Saturday 11am-8pm and Sunday 12pm-6pm, click here to find us.
From innovative graphic designer artist Supermundane's bright and beautiful entrance mural to Sense Of Space's four rooms designed to activate your different senses, it's a place to challenge your sensory perceptions through art - energising your mind, body and soul.
The Four Rooms
The Doodle Room
A self-proclaimed ‘crazy doodler’, Mr Doodle is known for his all-consuming doodle art. He will be staging a four-day live doodle from Thursday 5 April to illustrate the Sense Of Space entrance room with his famous ‘Spaghetti Graffiti’, leaving behind a visually gripping art installation for you to admire and absorb.
The Motion Box
In contrast to The Doodle Room, The Motion Box is a blacked-out space using gesture recognition technology to translate your movements into an array of colour and light, focusing the mind on sight and sound. A human-activated artistic experience, The Motion Box allows you to select a music genre to fill the room, inspire your movements and enhance the most sensual of experiences.
The Infinity Garden
The Infinity Garden created by floral design studio Early Hours conveys a never-ending, abstract meadow of blossom trees, complete with sounds of nature and floral scents to invigorate the mind as we come into the season of Hanami, the Japanese custom of flower viewing.
The Zen Studio
Comfort is key in The Zen Studio, as everything is designed to relax and calm you, providing a moment of thought and tranquillity from everyday life. Pastel colours will feature alongside soft carpet, the scent of lavender and relaxing music – the perfect retreat for those looking for a truly relaxing break from their busy day.
*Please note Sense Of Space will be closed to the public on Tuesday 24 April from 4.30pm for a private event and Wednesday nights from 18 April-16 May for Silent Cinema.
Photos: Brendan Bell, Jeff Moore