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A Splash of Colour

As part of my research into creating immersive environments I've found myself drawn to neutral colour palettes and monochrome, injected with a single splash of colour as a juxtaposition to their surroundings.   As mentioned in my London blog post,... Continue Reading →

Creating Immersive Experiences – Scent

As already discussed in my previous London Study Trip post, scents can be a key tool in stirring emotional responses, whether they are calming floral scents, or hunger inducing food smells. With Autumnal nights drawing I have started to recognise... Continue Reading →

Anila Quayyum Agha -‘Intersections’

Image: Anila Quayyum Agha - 'Intersections' in Binlot (2015) In her 'Intersections' installation at the Dallas Contemporary, Texas, Anila Quayyum Agha created light displays using intricately cut shadow boxes, to project Moorish-inspired architectural styles onto surrounding walls. I particularly like the simplicity... Continue Reading →

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