In proud partnership with Blue Honey, we invited audiences to check in, to the Lost Vegas Hotel. Guests experienced a dystopian, surreal, capricious landscape of enticing neon with a veritable pleasure paradise of mirrored dance ﬂoors and pink champagne on ice.
Following on from the success of Paradise Lost in 2014, tactileBOSCH were delighted to be taking part in Cardiff Contemporary once again to produce Garden of Earthly Delights. This show featured a dizzying array of site-specific installation, video, painting, photography, sculpture, sonic art, interdisciplinary collaborations and spontaneous interventions.
Paradise Lost was tactileBOSCH's first major exhibition since the death of Kim Fielding and continued his legacy with an exhibition as part of Cardiff Contemporary, a city wide arts festival. The exhibition was also the launchpad for the Kim Fielding Award, a charity set up to honour his name and to make exciting things happen!