For one night one, guests will be invited to freely interact with all artwork on show, without fear of alarms or getting told off for standing too close. By allowing physical interaction, Touch Me Baby hopes to integrate the art and public in a far more intimate way, dissolving any feelings of alienation or intimidation previously separating the two.
The show will also reverse the role of the artist and viewer, as each artwork will evolve into new, unforeseen forms throughout the evening, dictated by the hand of the public.
The exhibition will be held at Bones & Pearl Studios, a dynamic and uniquevenue that compliments the works on display. Due to the transient nature of the show, it will only be on for one night of Saturday the 19th of November. The evening will feature live music and complimentary food and refreshments. Carefully curated by Anna Choutova, the show will feature a selection of works by established and emerging artists.