Discussing the work of Peter de Cupere the New York Times notes “the strange power of olfactory art”.
An upcoming exhibit at Tate Britain experiments with sensory experiences to deepen the way visitors perceive different works.
Once in a while the glamorous world of bespoke perfumes gets featured in the important papers.
Anicka Yi is known for her interest in feminism, body politics, and sensory experience and thus a point of reference for reflecting on the sense of smell in art.
Uncovering the smell of the past Révélateur uncovers the smell of the past and adds a contextual layer of information.
Since ancient times there has been the common belief that the experience of a smell is impossible to put into words. The New Yorker presents an overview of more recent cross-cultural research challenging this belief: Culture, not biology, rules the relation between smell and language
Why the 23,040 breaths we take each day are the most powerful yet perplexing route to our emotional memory.
The 2014 Art and Olfaction Awards initiated by the Institute for Art and Olfaction (IAO) in 2013 have been a major step for the development of artistic perfumery. For its second round, the Los Angeles based institute has teamed up with the research group on scent culture at Bern University of...
“The Art of Scent 1889 – 2014” curated by Chandler Burr presents perfume makers as artists and places their olfactory works as creations of art, literature and music, identifying them with the aesthetic movements to which they belong.