Celebrate the complexity of the human brain with Parkinson UK’s free art exhibition Me, My Brain and I. When: Friday 28 October, 12 noon –
Celebrate the complexity of the human brain with Parkinson UK’s free art exhibition Me, My Brain and I.
When: Friday 28 October, 12 noon – 8pm | Saturday 29 October, 8am – 8pm | Sunday 30 October, 10am – 4pm | Workshops will run at 11am each day.
Where: Koppel X, Piccadilly Circus
Ticket price: Free
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More information from organisers:
The exhibition features brain sculptures from world-class artists including Alex Echo, Tracey Emin, David Bailey and Conrad Shawcross. Many of the sculptures were previously exhibited at The Other Art Fair in November 2021, but this is the first time they have been available to view for free. This exhibition will also feature some brand new works.
Artist-led workshops will also be running at 11am each day. This will give people of all ages the chance to explore what their brain means to them. They can also design their own brains. There is no need to book, and they are free to attend. Plus, all the brains that are photographed will be in with the chance of being featured as part of Parkinson’s UK’s takeover of the Piccadilly Lights in November.
People can also get involved from the comfort of their own homes by visiting the Parkinson’s UK website for a downloadable brain.
october 28 (Friday) - 30 (Sunday)