Art, News I 16.02.19 I by

Arts collective Numen/For Use weaves a giant net inside London’s Brewer Street Car Park

 

London fashion week kicks off today, and to mark the occasion artist collective, Numen/For Use has spun giant web inside Soho’s Brewer Street Car Park.

The immersive, parasitic installation is dubbed The Tube and is presented in collaboration with designer Anya Hindmarch to mark the launch of her Neeson Collection of woven bags. Visitors can climb through the oscillating artwork – made from bright blue netting suspended from scaffolding – to get a unique perspective on the building.

Brewer Street Car Park was previously home to London Fashion Week before it relocated to The Store X.

Tickets to the installation are limited so make sure to book in advance.

Arts collective Numen/For Use weaves a giant net inside London’s Brewer Street Car Park
Photography: Rosella Degori
Arts collective Numen/For Use weaves a giant net inside London’s Brewer Street Car Park
Photography: Rosella Degori

Read next: Doug Aitken installs a mirrored cabin in the Swiss mountains for Elevation 1049

Latest Stories

Latest

Share Tweet
+