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Tuesday

7 April


Virtual Vernissage! WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD: An Exhibition About ASMR

17:00  Join the stream at: e-flux.com/live


ArkDes is excited to invite you to the virtual vernissage of WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD – an exhibition about ASMR. Tune in (with headphones) from 17.00 Stockholm time on April 7th, 2020 to learn more about design that mediates between mind and body.

ASMR is a term that describes a physical sensation: euphoria or deep calm, sometimes a tingling in the body, often provoked by visual or auditory stimulus. In recent years an online audience of millions has grown, dedicated to watching the work of designers and content creators who try to trigger this feeling in their viewers.

At this virtual vernissage, broadcast live from Stockholm and presented in collaboration with e-flux, you’ll learn more about the world of ASMR and experience a calming one-on-one guided tour of the works on display.

Although we have built this exhibition for both the body and the mind, for now (and for obvious reasons) we invite you to experience it with your ears and eyes! Like many works of ASMR, this virtual vernissage will be best experienced from a comfortable spot and through your favourite pair of headphones.

Where?
e-flux.com/live

When?
17.00 CEST (11.00 EDT, 20.00 IST)

Language? 
English; use headphones for best experience!

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Tuesday

21 April


Curator’s Tour

18:00  Free. No pre-registration. In English.


Join James Taylor-Foster, Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design at ArkDes, for a guided tour of the exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD – an exhibition about ASMR.

WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD explores the emergent world of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a physical reaction, a revolutionary internet culture, a technology-driven craft, and a field of design.

Please meet outside the entrance to the exhibition (Boxen).


Friday

8 May


Curator’s Tour

17:00  Free. No pre-registration. In English.


Join James Taylor-Foster, Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design at ArkDes, for a guided tour of the exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD – an exhibition about ASMR.

WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD explores the emergent world of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a physical reaction, a revolutionary internet culture, a technology-driven craft, and a field of design.

Please meet outside the entrance to the exhibition (Boxen).


Tuesday

12 May


Curator’s Tour

18:00  Free. No pre-registration. In English.


Join James Taylor-Foster, Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design at ArkDes, for a guided tour of the exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD – an exhibition about ASMR.

WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD explores the emergent world of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a physical reaction, a revolutionary internet culture, a technology-driven craft, and a field of design.

Please meet outside the entrance to the exhibition (Boxen).


Saturday

30 May


Curator’s Tour

14:00  Free. No pre-registration. In English.


Join James Taylor-Foster, Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design at ArkDes, for a guided tour of the exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD – an exhibition about ASMR.

WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD explores the emergent world of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a physical reaction, a revolutionary internet culture, a technology-driven craft, and a field of design.

Please meet outside the entrance to the exhibition (Boxen).


Tuesday

4 August


Curator’s Tour

18:00  Free. No pre-registration. In English.


Join James Taylor-Foster, Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design at ArkDes, for a guided tour of the exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD – an exhibition about ASMR.

WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD explores the emergent world of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a physical reaction, a revolutionary internet culture, a technology-driven craft, and a field of design.

Please meet outside the entrance to the exhibition (Boxen).

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