This is the first time Danish artists Stine Deja and Marie Munk have worked together, so when you go to see this exhibition consider yourself the third wheel on a very weird date. The show is about how the human emotions of love, attraction, repulsion and empathy exist against a modern digital backdrop, A.K.A. where talking electronic products predict what music we want to listen to on Sundays and do our weekly Tesco shop for us. Munk exhibits new interactive sculptures which are ‘loosely based’ on uterus interiors and newborns, which essentially means you’re gonna feel creepy af when you go to lie down on them. To go even further up the ‘I feel very uncomfortable’ scale, while you perch you can watch Deja’s film of a robot singing your dad’s favourite karaoke tune, ‘I Wanna Know What Love Is’, to itself in the mirror. Don’t say we don’t give you fun things to do. Estimated dwell time: 30 minutes.
Tickets: Free entry