The Horniman Museum in South London really is the place to be for a Museums at Night blockbuster featuring gin cocktails, live music, film and cutting-edge interactive art.
© rAndom International
Red hot art collective rAndom International, the contemporary art trio whose recent Rain Room had people queuing round the block at The Barbican, will be unveiling a new installation, Future Self, which has never been seen before in the UK.
Future Self is an interactive light chamber that mirrors the visitor’s movement to create a spooky impression of an alter self, glowing yet incarcerated, perpetually cast as impersonator.
The night will also include dance performance, live Brazilian music, film screenings, poetry in the garden and how-to gin cocktail making workshops.
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- Museums at Night 2013 takes place in museums, galleries and heritage sites across the UK during the evenings of Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 16-18.