For this month’s Bloom inspo, we ventured to the Tate Modern for arguably the most instagrammable exhibition of the year: Olafur Eliasson – in real life.
A playground of spectacular illusions and captivating installations, the exhibition sparked fresh questions about how we perceive the world around us. The most memorable piece had to be the Din blinde passage (your blind passenger): a 39 foot narrow corridor, filled with dense fog and coloured light that overwhelmed the senses. Unable to see more than a metre ahead, the experience conjured up a strange mix of emotions from awe and delight, to slight unease, relying on our instincts to navigate the unknown.
We left the exhibition with both an enlightened perspective and of course with some spectacular photos.