New interactive instillation aims to relax

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New interactive instillation aims to relax

Described as doodle-bombing, the Gallery want viewers to reflect and become part of the piece.

The1960s physchedellic inspired piece 'I don't have time for this' hopes to make veiwers reflect, becoming part of the artwork and take a break from the realities of everyday life.

Its at the NOW gallery in Greenwich until the 25th of June.

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