Walking into this exhibition, I was unsure of what to expect. I had ofcourse never been in a situation where I was in a room of coloured mist so this was something completely new for me. Stepping in was like opening the wardrobe to Narnia: something so foreign and surprising, yet alluring.
It was something I’ve never experienced before and it’s amazing to be in a room where you’re so unsure of what’s going to happen. Ofcourse nothings going to jump out at you but you don’t know if you’re going to bump into anyone and you don’t know what’s infront of you.
In a way, it’s quite eerie and unnerving. However, it did seem to stimulate my other senses to a higher degree as I seemed to listen closely to what was around me. The aim of this exhibition was to experience different parts of the brain abd stimulate the unconcious.
I loved that this was such an experience in itself and it was so different to be able to experience the piece of art by being in it.
It was such an incredible experience and I highly urge anyone to take a quick trip to the Wellcome Collection to see this exhibition before it’s over!
Ann Veronica Janssens: yellowbluepink at the Wellcome Collection
Exhibition runs from 15th October, 2015 – 3rd january, 2016
Open Tuesday – Saturday 11:00 – 1800 and open Sunday 12:00 – 18:00
I’m back in the posting game and it feels gooood! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas – I’ve got to say, this was probably one of the most successful Christmas’ I’ve ever had, filled with fun and of course, lots of delicious food.
I’m super excited to share all these wonderful recipes I’ve found this week and hope you can try them out!
These lentil meatballs with cauliflower mash look so comforting!
On the other hand, this no noodle pad thai is super light and flavourful.
So many colours in this beautiful quinoa and grapefruit salad!
This chickpea meatloaf would be so good with roast potatoes or leftover in a sandwich!
This is the perfect easy dish for luck in the new year.
This mint and almond pesto would be wonderful on roasted carrots!
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2014 has been one hell of a year.
I could say it’s been the best year of my life.
I feel like I was able to accomplish so much in the space of 12 months, and I’ve got to say, one of my proudest moments was plucking up the courage to create a Youtube channel which is kind of, like, a ma-hoo-sive deal!
As well as this, I’ve been trying trying trying hard to improve my food photography and styling, so it means so much when you drop me a comment or email!
What I really want to say is thank YOU, from the bottom of my heart, for making this such an amazing year and continuing to support me along the way!
So here are the recipes which you guys liked best in 2014!
Green quinoa salad was my favourite recipe which I made this year – it’s so tasty and I’m totally craving it now!
Gyoza is one of my favourites to make in big batches and freeze for a super quick lunch or easy entertaining idea, so I’m glad you liked this just as much as me!
Kale chips came next – I’m going to be doing an updates recipe soon so keep an eye out!
The best roast potatoes with rosemary and garlic came next, with their crispy exterior and fluffy interior – I could munch on these all day long!
And the most popular recipe of 2014 was how to make cauliflower rice! This came as a big surprise to me actually and I’ll definitely be reshooting the photos ASAP! (It was also the most viewed video on my Youtube channel!)
Let me know if there’s anything more you want to see on the blog in 2015 – it would be great to get feedback! 🙂
Wishing you all the best for 2015 *cheers* (did i really just say that?!)