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Are you Eve or Lilith that is the question? – Bompas and Parr: Rotten to the Core

Bompas and Parr let me and a few of my friends come down on 10th November to learn about the most sinful fruit on the earth the ‘Apple’ at their event Rotten to the Core.

Bompas and Core Rotten to the Core artwork lady with apples

Rotten to the Core

The event took place at Block 336 in Brixton and we were led to an immersive 2 hour journey into a world of gluttony, greed and excess leading us into a sensory experience, ritualistic in eating practices and fortune telling and so much more.

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Discovering Future Forest – Bompas and Parr

Bompas & Parr in summer 2017 held a unique event in both Westfield Centres in London called the Future Forest for a short run.  The event was also completely free in both centres to attend with no pre-booking required. Future Forest was all about exploring the relationship between humans and nature through a very fun and adventurous way.

Bompas & Parr: Future Forest in Shepherds Bush

I went along to the Future Forest one that was held in Shepherds Bush running from 15-28 August 2017. There was a fantastical fruit cloud, a mini exhibition showcasing plants that Continue reading

Most epic wackiest party ever! – Bompas & Parr 10th Anniversary Party

Bompas & Parr 10th Anniversary Party really knows how to lay on good events and boy do they know how to lay on a party for it really was epic and so wacky.

They are celebrating their 10th anniversary and to do this they combined their party with their latest current retrospective exhibition Tongue Town which is at the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art in Brazil. This runs from June – August 2017.

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Factory self-guided tour – Temple of the Tongue

Temple of the Tongue is an installation of art set in their central London studio designed to complement a major retrospective exhibition, Tongue Town, now open at the Sao Paulo Museum of Modern Art (MAM) in Brazil.

This is the first time that the studio’s in Bermondsey home has opened it’s doors in which the public for four days (19-22 June) can get behind the scenes and explore their factory in where they work and create their amazing creations from jellies to exploding wedding cake. Continue reading

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