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Samu Studio: Here Comes the Sun

Here Comes the Sun is an immersive exhibition by interdisciplinary artist and designer Sam Harrons of Samu Studio. This show delves into themes of mindfulness, biophilic design, and spatial design, showcasing a new body of minimalist abstract paintings, digital studies, and innovative mycelium-grown sculptures.

Mirroring the intricate network structure of mycelium, Sam weaves together subtle elements from his eclectic fifteen-year creative journey as an artist living and working in Norwich. This journey is symbolically rooted in the Fairhurst Gallery, which once housed Dogfish, a renowned streetwear store where Sam worked. The store is a cultural asset fostering creativity and enriching Norwich’s cultural landscape.

Coinciding with the Summer Solstice, Here Comes the Sun symbolises new beginnings and the renewal of creative energy. Inspired by Kettle’s Yard, the exhibition offers a multi-sensory experience within a curated living room environment. Visitors can enjoy a hot cup of tea, coffee, or functional mushrooms while immersing themselves in ambient light, sound, scent, touch, art, and more. The space features carefully curated objects and designer furniture from brands chosen for their ethical and aesthetic alignment with Samu Studio. Highlights include iconic Togo by Ligne Roset, scents by Haeckels, Tala lighting, and TAKT furniture.

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Date

Wednesday 24 Jul 2024

Time

All Day

Location

Fairhurst Gallery
Bedford Street, Norwich

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Home Events - Norwich Lanes Art Samu Studio: Here Comes the Sun

Samu Studio: Here Comes the Sun

Date

Wednesday 24 Jul 2024

Time

All Day

Location

Fairhurst Gallery
Bedford Street, Norwich

Here Comes the Sun is an immersive exhibition by interdisciplinary artist and designer Sam Harrons of Samu Studio. This show delves into themes of mindfulness, biophilic design, and spatial design, showcasing a new body of minimalist abstract paintings, digital studies, and innovative mycelium-grown sculptures.

Mirroring the intricate network structure of mycelium, Sam weaves together subtle elements from his eclectic fifteen-year creative journey as an artist living and working in Norwich. This journey is symbolically rooted in the Fairhurst Gallery, which once housed Dogfish, a renowned streetwear store where Sam worked. The store is a cultural asset fostering creativity and enriching Norwich’s cultural landscape.

Coinciding with the Summer Solstice, Here Comes the Sun symbolises new beginnings and the renewal of creative energy. Inspired by Kettle’s Yard, the exhibition offers a multi-sensory experience within a curated living room environment. Visitors can enjoy a hot cup of tea, coffee, or functional mushrooms while immersing themselves in ambient light, sound, scent, touch, art, and more. The space features carefully curated objects and designer furniture from brands chosen for their ethical and aesthetic alignment with Samu Studio. Highlights include iconic Togo by Ligne Roset, scents by Haeckels, Tala lighting, and TAKT furniture.

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Home Events - Norwich Lanes Art Samu Studio: Here Comes the Sun

Samu Studio: Here Comes the Sun

Date

Wednesday 24 Jul 2024

Time

All Day

Location

Fairhurst Gallery
Bedford Street, Norwich

Here Comes the Sun is an immersive exhibition by interdisciplinary artist and designer Sam Harrons of Samu Studio. This show delves into themes of mindfulness, biophilic design, and spatial design, showcasing a new body of minimalist abstract paintings, digital studies, and innovative mycelium-grown sculptures.

Mirroring the intricate network structure of mycelium, Sam weaves together subtle elements from his eclectic fifteen-year creative journey as an artist living and working in Norwich. This journey is symbolically rooted in the Fairhurst Gallery, which once housed Dogfish, a renowned streetwear store where Sam worked. The store is a cultural asset fostering creativity and enriching Norwich’s cultural landscape.

Coinciding with the Summer Solstice, Here Comes the Sun symbolises new beginnings and the renewal of creative energy. Inspired by Kettle’s Yard, the exhibition offers a multi-sensory experience within a curated living room environment. Visitors can enjoy a hot cup of tea, coffee, or functional mushrooms while immersing themselves in ambient light, sound, scent, touch, art, and more. The space features carefully curated objects and designer furniture from brands chosen for their ethical and aesthetic alignment with Samu Studio. Highlights include iconic Togo by Ligne Roset, scents by Haeckels, Tala lighting, and TAKT furniture.

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