A kaleidoscope of colours. Bold geometric shapes. The healing power of light. These are all the things Fred Butler is spruiking as his cure for SAD (seasonal affective disorder) at his exhibition: Harmonics in Space. The exhibition will be on at the Now Gallery on the Greenwich Peninsula from Wednesday 28th February till Sunday 29th April.
The exhibition is exciting to explore. Butler's giant colourful geometric shapes hang from the ceiling or spring from the floor. It is almost like stepping inside a kaleidoscope. You can pop your head inside some of the shapes to soak up their 'healing light', use the headphones to add to your experience with curated audio, or create your own geometric designs with a bit of soul centring origami. The exhibition is immersive and interactive.
Fred Butler is a designer and artist who specialises in making custom props and accessories for fashion and stylists. He lives in a creative world where everything is just a little bit bigger, better and brighter.
The Now Gallery has free entry. It is open Monday to Friday from 10am till 7pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11am till 4pm. You can find out more about the gallery and future exhibitions on the Now Gallery website.