Take someone you love in your hand and step into a slow world and forget everything about the coronavirus for a while.
A Hyper-Sensory Exhibition
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Flower artist Poppykalas
invites you to a hyper-sensory exhibition that reminds us of what makes life worth living, even when it feels like it has stopped.
Poppykalas, floral designer and initiator of this exhibition
“Inspired by Georges Bataille's call: "Be an ocean!" we use the Coronas eradication of everything we know and take for granted as a starting point for creating a new and soft world. Here a pronounced sensitivity reigns, and we place emphasis on community rather than prejudice,”
- says Thilde Maria Haukohl Kristensen, the founder and creative director of Poppykalas.
You may enter the Floral Bath
3 persons at a time for each booking, that lasts 30 minutes. Poppykalas and her creative artist team welcome you!
What's to expect?
-Floral installations, oil paintings and scent composition by Poppykalas.
-Sound installation by the performance art duo Philip I Schneider and violinist Kirstine Schneider.
-Video projection by video artist Teresa Freitas.
-The exhibition will take place in Poppykalas Floral Design Studio, Frederiksberg Allé 12 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
-Floral Bath is kindly supported by &Drape, Greenflor
-Photos by Petra Kleis and video by Teresia Freitas.