Tag: Pop-up exhibition

The Glass Room pop-up until Sunday 12 November 2017

A disruptive tech store with nothing for sale. Instead, it challenges you to reconsider the technologies you use every day, how much they reveal about you, and what choices you can make in our quantified society. 💻 📱

The Glass Room is a pop-up tech store with a twist. At first glance, it offers the latest in shiny digital consumer products, such as the newest tablet, fitness tracker or facial recognition software. But as you go inside, you’ll find there is nothing for sale.

Instead, as you look closer at the ‘products’ on display, you’ll see that they are playfully and provocatively selected to turn the technologies we all use on their head. The artworks, design pieces, and ‘Ingenius’ staff welcome you to take a look behind the screens into the hidden world of what happens to your data. Dig deeper into how much we reveal about ourselves!


The Glass Room, 69-71 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0NE

12pm – 8pm

Free entry

Somewhereto_ & The Graffiti Life Company present Pop-up Exhibition @ The O2 / Until 13th March 2012


Doors: Open daily

@ The O2 Arena
North Greenwich
London, SE10 0DX

Entry: £Free


Visitors to The O2 will be treated to an unexpected exhibition, as a group of young artists take over the space outside London’s iconic music and entertainment venue to showcase their talent. 18 graffiti artists, street artists and fine artists have been donated space by The O2, who wanted to offer young people somewhere to express themselves. The exhibition, a collaboration between somewhereto_ and The Graffiti Life Company, will run for three months with the artists on display rotating each fortnight.

More info and photos HERE.

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‘This Is Not A Pop Up’ presents NoBrow @ The Hayward Gallery / Until 29th January 2012


Doors: 12-6pm

@ The Hayward Gallery
The Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
London, SE1 8XX

Entry: £Free


Southbank Centre has collaborated with ‘NoBrow‘ to curate the second installment of the ‘This Is Not A Pop-Up’ exhibition at the Hayward Gallery shop.

From 10 – 29 January 2012 NoBrow, an independent publishing /design organisation, will be taking over the space, bringing with them their tactile illustrated books, collectible art objects and limited-edition prints.

In addition to featuring the entire range of their sought-after publications and limited-edition prints, NoBrow will also be selling collectible, high quality, UK manufactured leather range featuring top NoBrow designs on ipad, iphone and Oyster card holders.

Head down and grab yourself, what could be, a future classic.

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