ALCOHOLIC ARCHITECTURE - BOMPAS & PARR

Because My next project for school is about bringing wine tasting to a next level, I really wanted to visit the exhibition Alcoholic Architecture at Bompas and Parr. I read on the internet that it was a whole new experience where you could breathe alcohol through your nose and eyes. I thought it was going to be an interactive exhibition where you could walk around in different rooms and learn more about alcohol and the interaction with your body. I was wrong ...

We entered this cellar in a building where we got rain ponchos. After that we entered a room with a bar and next to it a room with a walk-in cloud of Gin and Tonic. The room changed from blue coloured fog to a pink coloured one and there was music playing in the background, but that was it. So basically we needed to stand in that sticky fog for 50 minutes and didn't even get a free cocktail. In the end, we bought a cocktail at the bar, stayed in the G&T mist for 50 minutes and that was it. Overall it was a waste of money and a bit of a disappointment, but it created nice pictures.