Frameless Lates, the new after-hours destination from the UK’s largest permanent immersive art experience, has announced digital artist and illustrator Lewis Osborne as the second artist to take up residency at Frameless with his debut solo show, Chasing Happiness.
Frameless Lates is designed for Londoners looking for an after dark culture fix. The monthly Friday night sessions, at a one-off £15 ticket price, offers over-18s access to the four permanent galleries, an exclusive first look at a new show from emerging digital art talent in the fifth gallery, a special food and drinks offer and a live DJ set from Soho Radio.
Frameless Lates form part of a new creative platform from Frameless, that offers up a regular residency to the best of the UK’s up-and-coming diverse and vibrant digital community in its fifth gallery. Their work will be featured alongside the award-winning digital re-imagination of masterpieces, from the likes of renowned artists from Van Gogh to Claude Monet.
September’s featured artist will be Bristol-based digital artist Lewis Osborne, who is best known for his hypnotic, cartoonish animations. His work is showcased as a digital art experience transporting visitors into another world, inhabited by uncanny characters who interact with surreal, geometric environments, each inspired by the daily toils of life.
Guests spectators will view 20 pieces of work projected throughout the fifth gallery, before Frameless ticket holders get to experience Osborne’s work from 2nd September – 12th October when the gallery is open. Music for the exhibition will be supplied by Berlin based electronic artist ASA 808.
Frameless Lates will be soundtracked by Soho Radio – an online radio station broadcasting live from London and New York.
Ticket holders will preview an exhibition from Frameless’ latest artist-in-residence, before travelling through four unique immersive galleries that showcase some of the world’s greatest, most timeless works of art, free from the confines of a frame. Throughout the night guests will be able to enjoy drinks and artist-inspired street food bites from premium catering partner, Rhubarb, in the venue’s impressive central bar area. Drinks can also be enjoyed as visitors explore our galleries.
As the UK’s largest permanent immersive art experience, Frameless covers 30,000 square feet beneath the heart of London and is located just steps from Marble Arch. An award-winning multi-sensory and highly Instagram-able experience, the galleries use the very latest interactive projection technology to break the boundaries of art.