Walk Through The Rainbow At This Fantastically Colourful New Exhibition

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Walk Through The Rainbow At This Fantastically Colourful New Exhibition

Love colour? Like, really love colour? Immerse yourself in 100 different shades of it at a psychedelic new exhibition.

Slices of Time by Emmanuelle Moureaux features layers of dangling numbers, created from 100 different colours.  The architect and artist has exhibited in Paris and Tokyo before, and for this London exhibition, she's taken inspiration from the local area.

Greenwich's links with time are reflected in the layers of numbers, which represent now, the past and the future. The whole, trippy installation represents the flow of time — and you'll be seeing it all over Instagram for the duration of its stay in London.

Visitors are invited to get involved too. Think of date that's important to you and write it, along with why it's significant, on a piece of paper provided. These contributions will be put together in a kaleidoscopic timeline in the gallery's window for the duration of the exhibition.

The venue, NOW Gallery, has form with putting on extremely aesthetic, Instagram-friendly exhibitions. Past offerings have included Camille Walala's multicoloured maze, Rebecca Louise Law's suspended flower installation The Iris, and Fred Butler's joyful Harmonics in Space.

Slices of Time by Emmanuelle Moureaux is at NOW Gallery in Greenwich Peninsula. 5 February-19 April 2020. It's free entry, and it's likely to get very busy so you'll need to book a timeslot in advance to guarantee entry.

Take a look at Emmanuelle Moureaux's Instagram for further colourful images, and browse our complete guide to exhibitions opening in London in February 2020 for further culture.

Last Updated 17 February 2020