25 images Created 25 Aug 2015
Tate Sensorium, a new immersive art experience where visitors can taste, touch, smell and hear artworks in the collection - it is the winning project of IK Prize 2015. The Sensorium is made up of four iconic twentieth century works by: Francis Bacon – which can be tasted through chocolates created by master chocolatier Paul A. Young; David Bomberg – smelt using scented candles; Richard Hamilton – sensed through sound and smell; and John Latham – which can be experienced via the sensation of touch by inserting ones hands into the ‘touchless’ speakers. Tate Sensorium runs at Tate Britain from 26 August to 20 September 2015 – it is free but must be booked.