The art world is dominated by the visual arts, but there are huge opportunities to be found in exploring the other senses. We are artists, strategists, musicians, perfumers, curators and producers: advising, creating, curating and commissioning. We have created work for galleries, shops, venues and hospitals.
We were commissioned by Future City to collaborate with Jason Marks to create a multi-sensory exhibition inspired by Au Rebours a novel by the French writer Joris-Karl Huysmans for Foyles Gallery. We designed two bespoke scents in response to the curatorial brief and worked with Jason and Students from Nottingham university to create a collaborative soundscape, taking Jason's ceramic work to a new dimension.
We were also commissioned by Future City to conduct a sensory audit, (exploring the relationship between patients, visitors and staff and their sensory environments), and develop concepts for sensory interventions and installations as part of the arts program for the new Cancer Care Building for Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital.
We collaborated with Nick Ryan, The London Contemprary Orchestra and Quayola & Sinigaglia to create a truly multi-sensory performance for Imogen Heap's Reverb Festival at The Roundhouse. We workshopped scents with the composer and performers which fed directly into the creative process for designing this unique event and then oversaw the production of the scent which ambitiously required our unique scent to be pumped around the 1700 capacity venue at specific moments during the performance.
We work to transform the expectations of the traditional artspace, by bringing in multisensory dimensions and we are excited to announce our first exhibition. SENSING LONDON is an ambient sensory art exhibition across London being organised as part of the Open Senses festival programme.
Whether you need to commission a sensory network or programme, are a sensory artist or are just interested in exploring the use of sound, smell, taste and touch in interesting ways, we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch.