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17 January - 3 FebruaryReaktorhallen R1, KTH Campus

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Wow! We are so humbled by the fact that all 3850 tickets have been sold out! Thank you so much for coming and experiencing Emerging Sensation.
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One more week!

Thank you, thank youTHANK YOU for all the compliments, attention and love we have gotten from all of you. We are overwhelmed by all the interest the exhibition have gotten and have been working hard to keep up!

We have some great news! We have just sealed the deal to extend the exhibition and will now be able to keep Emerging Sensation open until Sunday, February 3!

This extended exhibition will not include augmented reality. Instead we will be able to make the hall a bit darker, invite you to interact with the physical sculptures and experience the built-in light that react to your touch.

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25 meters below ground...

...a new world is opening up, here the scale is distorted and you go from being just one human to become a force as strong as life itself. Welcome to an artistic experience that lets you widen your senses in a land between digital and real.
Emerging Sensation is an art installation, where the visitor is invited to experience the art while also being a part of it. With unique technology, artist Malin Bobeck Tadaa has brought together smart textiles that change color and respond to touch, creating a hybrid world of digital and textile art.

Malin Bobeck Tadaa is a digital textile artist that integrates LEDs, sensors and electronics into her textile work. In this way, her art comes alive and invites the visitor to interact and influence it. She has previously exhibited in the Nationalmuseum Design, Gothenburg Art Museum and Borås Textile Museum. Emerging Sensation is her biggest installation so far and will take over the entire old reactor hall R1 underneath KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, for a few weeks in January 2019.

The exhibition is recommended from 11 years in company with an adult. This is because we believe the environment can be scary for a child and the reactor hall itself has several rooms that can possibly be dangerous for a small child. Please be mindful if you chose to bring a child.

Emerging Sensation takes place in collaboration with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Ekelund Weavers and Microsoft. The project has been supported by Kulturbryggan.

Tickets and how to get there

The exhibition will take place in R1, the old Nuclear Reactor hall at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Stockholm. To get here you can take the red subway line to Tekniska Högskolan and walk for a couple of minutes. 

The exhibition only has space for 100 people at the time, therefor we sell tickets to specific days and time slots. If you are several people that want to go together make sure you all have the same time slot. A ticket lets you spend up to two hours in the exhibition, plenty of time to explore all of it’s magic. 


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Do you want to book the entire exhibition to yourself?

Sure! We take bookings for companies, organisations and private groups. You will receive a personalised tour with the artist Malin Bobeck Tadaa, and an opportunity to explore the exhibition for yourselves. We can take groups as big as 60 people.

The tour can also be booked together with a lunch or a mingle, with food and drinks served inside the exhibition.

Bookable dates: 28th of January - 1st of February, week days 11.00 am - 6.00 pm.
With reservation for already booked times.  

Contact Emelie Crona for more information, our delicious menu and pricing. +46 703 82 00 75