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The Perfumer’s Garden: Seasons and Sensations — A Reinterpretation of Renaissance Art

Where History’s palette meets the perfumer’s craft.

ADMISSION: FREE

As part of the Caversham Arts Trail:
Saturday 11/05/24 - 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday 12/05/24 - 11:00 - 17:00
Saturday 18/05/24 - 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday 19/05/24 -11:00 - 17:00

Normal Hours:
23/05/24 - 23/06/24
Thursdays: 12:00 - 17:00
Fridays: 12:00 - 17:00
Saturdays: 12:00 - 17:00
Sundays: 12:00 - 17:00

Humos Natural Perfumer
5 Church Road,
Caversham,
Reading,
Berkshire,
RG4 7AA

Capacity of 12 people at any given time. For groups please contact us to arrange a suitable date/time.

Booking is not required for individuals or small groups however, there is a maximum capacity of 12 people at any given time. For groups larger than 6 people, please contact us to arrange a suitable date/time to avoid disappointment.
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Description

This exhibition reimagines Renaissance art as a series of olfactory narratives, each scent capturing the essence of the era for the modern senses, transcending mere replication to weave art and aroma into a new sensory tapestry.

Details

  • Interactive Olfactory Art
  • Free admission
  • No booking required

About the Exhibition

Step into ‘The Perfumer’s garden: Seasons and Sensations’ where the mastery of Bosch, Botticelli and Arcimboldo meets the innovative realm of fragrance through AI collaboration to craft a new reinterpretation of Renaissance art.

This exhibition reimagines Renaissance art as a series of olfactory narratives, each scent capturing the essence of the era for the modern senses, transcending mere replication to weave art and aroma into a new sensory tapestry.

Join us on a journey that celebrates the enduring beauty of art and the transformative power of scent, experiencing new work based on classics through the evocative world of olfaction.

A word from the artist: Gabriel De Carvalho

“In creating 'The Perfumer’s Garden: Seasons and Sensations — A Reinterpretation of Renaissance Art', I delved into the world of renaissance art, collaborating with AI to generate new pieces inspired by the works and mastery of Bosch, Botticelli and Arcimboldo and brought to life through the medium of olfactive art. The resulting fragrances provide a new medium to experience the Renaissance, adding a sensory depth that complements the art. This exhibition is an invitation to explore Renaissance Art through scent, a journey I hope you'll find as captivating as I do. Come and see (and smell) for yourself - everyone is welcome! ”

The Perfumer’s Garden: Seasons and Sensations — A Reinterpretation of Renaissance Art
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