There’s a giant kaleidoscope coming to London next month.
It’s worth looking into.
Particularly because this one is 3 meters tall, and is indeed designed to walk through. It comes to us from London artist Laura Buckley, whose works tend to play with light interesting and unique ways. This particular piece is called Fata Morgana (which refers to a mirage that would lure sailors off to their deaths) and it’ll form the centrepiece for an entire exhibition called ‘Kaleidoscope’, with nine other artists adding their colourfully fractured contributions.
It’ll be showing at the Saatchi Gallery for seven weeks this spring if you fancy getting into art in a very literal way, and you’ll be happy to know that it’s completely free.
Perfect for a little light entertainment.
NOTE: Fata Morgana will be on display at The Saatchi Gallery from March 15th until May 5th 2019. Entry is free, and you can find out more (although not much more) at their website right HERE.
Saatchi Gallery | Duke of York’s Square, King’s Road, SW3 4RY
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