IK Prize 2015: Tate Sensorium, Tate Britain

Tate Sensorium is the winning project of IK Prize 2015, an annual prize supported by the Porter Foundation and presented by Tate for an idea that uses innovative technology to enable the public to discover, explore and enjoy British art from the Tate collection in new ways. Opening on 26 August, this immersive display allows visitors to engage with iconic pieces by Francis Bacon, David Bomberg, Richard Hamilton, and John Latham, in a multisensory experience.

The project is the creation of creative agency Flying Object and a team of collaborators: audio specialist Nick Ryan, master chocolatier Paul A Young, scent expert Odette Toilette, interactive theatre maker Annette Mees and the Sussex Computer Human Interaction Lab team lead by Dr Marianna Obrist at the Department of Informatics, University of Sussex.