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Visionary exhibition at Norwegian Church Arts Centre

The Norwegian Church Arts Centre’s new exhibition is set to open the minds of viewers and explore the extraordinary realms beyond the mundane. Aasobe Design Studio, a Cardiff art collective, will curate Art Alchemy in the Centre’s Dahl room. The showcase features three artists; Ahmed Salahuddin, Penelope Rose Cowley and Kathryn Edwards.

Ahmed Salahuddin said the works are “psychedelics without psychedelics”, adding, “You will trip out.” This exhibition promises to be the cleanest trip of your life. 

Aasobe Design Studios representing their trademark psychedelic aesthetic

Aasobe Design Studios representing their trademark psychedelic aesthetic

If you didn’t get a chance to view Aasobe’s work at the Made In Roath festival, Art Alchemy is a great opportunity. The temporary exhibition opens on the 3rd November and runs until the 9th so be sure to catch it while you can. 

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