London, Oct 11 (EFE).- The Silent Fall multi-sensory mirrored installation by artistic duo A.A. Murakami, which combines music and aromas, will open to the public on Tuesday, inaugurating the Superblue center at London’s Royal Academy of Arts.
With a soft light and original music by Australian Paul Schütze – composed expressly for the event – artists Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami are seeking to recreate an atmosphere of an enchanted forest in which bubbles are released from the ceiling.
The public will be handed gloves so that they can interact with the bubbles – with its own aromatic essences – that have been carefully designed in a process that took six years, before they burst.
Professionals from different disciplines, from chemists to engineers have been involving in the project that has finally achieved what Murakami defines as an optimal bubble that releases fog once burst.
The inauguration of the installation, which runs until summer 2022, coincides with the start of the Frieze fair in London, a key event in the international art market. EFE