London Life: Sense of Space Exhibition

Call me basic, but I’m a sucker for aesthetics and all things pretty. Though I shouldn’t reduce the value of its art as a feature of my instagram feed, it is nearly impossible not to take photos in the Sense of Space Exhibition.

It featured four rooms: A doodle room (making you feel as if you’re inside the pages of a bored but artistic high schooler), an indoor cherry blossom garden, a screen controlled by your movements (and my bad dancing) and a room with the comfiest, biggest bed I have ever seen. I would have fallen asleep if not for the fact there were other people there. Sadly, the exhibition closed today and I am forever grateful for my friend who took me there and endured my trials at modelling.

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