We are thrilled to invite you to the Touch Art Fair, the world’s first-ever art fair celebrating tactile and haptic arts.
The Touch Art Fair 2013 will take over a former BBC building in London on 35 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QA, just a short walk from Frieze Art Fair.
It is open to the public from 17-20 October 2013 and features work from international artists including: Jake and Dinos Chapman, Abigail Burt, Axelle Russo, Colin Hambrook, Gillian A Mcfarland, Nendie Pinto-Duschinsky, Nicole Wassall, Phoebe Stannard, Rhiannon Palmer, Scratchadelia, Steve Chang Hee Lee, Sungshin Olivia Yim, Victoria Karlsson and Younghee Lee.
The Touch Art Fair is a non-profit organisation celebrating haptic arts.
In a society where everything is at your fingertips but you are still not allowed to touch, we are inviting visitors to a sensory fête where they will be able to re:think art and ways of seeing through touch.
Spect-Actors will be encouraged to re:activate their forgotten senses and to experience art in a different way.
Restoring vision, the Touch Art Fair aims to re:unite people and to make society a bit more inclusive.