Suitable for all ages
Hiromi Tango seeks to bring comfort and spark joy through the magic of fluorescence in a new art installation.
Artist Hiromi Tango seeks to bring comfort and spark joy through the magic of fluorescence in her new art installation, Brainbow Magic.
This work continues Hiromi’s exploration into the therapeutic potential of light, colour and contour through art. All these elements can contribute to improved mental wellbeing, easing anxiety and feelings of isolation.
At a time when communities are processing the difficult emotions and experiences of the global pandemic, Hiromi’s sensory work is both healing and transformative – a rainbow after the storm.
Monday 10am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday 10am-7pm
100% Visual content. No music or dialogue.
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No bookings required.
Window Gallery & Gallery Two Metro Arts West Village, West End
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