This weekend we'll be spending a night at the Hayward Gallery on London's Southbank as part of theCarsten Holler: Decision exhibition.
The exhibition is an immersive experience that has no shortage of aspects designed to play with the concepts of perception and decision making. Visitors to the exhibition will be forced to make a series of choices that will influence their experience of the exhibition.
Within the gallery are two robotic beds that travel around the gallery while guests sleep on them. The entire exhibition is intended to challenge its participants by disorientating them with the use of masks that lets you see the world upside down, and a flying machine that allows you to fly over the city. Holler's intention with Decision is to 'induce hallucinations, in the widest sense', ensuring that the exhibition becomes an unforgettable and entirely unique experience.
What we're most excited about though, are the enormous Isomeric Slides that start at The Southbank Centre's roof and serve as the final part of the exhibition – and Holler's invite to rediscover your inner-child and lose control.
Book tickets to Carsten Holler: Decision at the link below: