An invitation to take part in RCA Society’s “Sensory City”
On the last Friday every month except May and December the V&A is open late. The event usually has a theme, which highlights a part of the V&A’s vast collection or focusses on a specific aspect. One month the theme was water, and last month it was circus skills. Whatever the theme it’s a brilliant excuse to wander around the V&A to see their wonderful artefacts and at the same time enjoy the ‘party-like’ atmosphere enhanced with cocktails and music.
The RCA Society would like members to participate in our programme of activitiies during the forthcoming London Festival of Architecture (1 - 30 June 2018). This year's LFA theme is "Identity" but we are identifying (London) as a Sensory City (sensory environment -v- augmented reality) and locating our activities around AND eventSpace1 - on the City Fringe. Clips of submitted senses will be collated, projected and displayed in darkness and light. Get in touch...!
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