The Design Museum Explores ASMR With "Weird Sensation Feels Good" Exhibition
Experience euphoria in this sensory playground.
London‘s Design Museum is opening up a major exhibition to showcase works spanning football and art. Highlighting the event is a sensational show inspired by ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response).
Curated in collaboration with ArkDes, “Weird Sensation Feels Good” is the first-ever exhibition to display the viral trend of ASMR as interactive art. The environment is surrounded by acoustic melodies to help one feel tranquil and make their skin tingle. Besides triggering senses, the event educates people on how various tools can be used to create sensory responses. Other shows feature the likes of Yinka Ilori displaying vivid installations and murals inspired by Nigerian designs. Additionally, Bethany Williams will be appearing at the event to display sustainable garments made out of recycled books.
The “Weird Sensation Feels Good” ASMR exhibition will open at the Design Museum in London on May 13, 2022.
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