I've been wanting to see the new exhibit at GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art). It's the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Modern Art. I always love this exhibition because so much of it is interactive. So my youngest son agreed to go with me and we headed into the city. I was hoping to catch up with my eldest son also who was working.
So lucky as it turns out he was ready for a lunch break!!! Love these two and so happy to be spending time with both of them when their lives are so busy.
We had a fabulous lunch at Vapiano's Italian restaurant. I love watching the chefs cooking your order right in front of you. It was delicious.
Then onto GOMA where we weren't disappointed. This was my favorite piece - giant puppet horses made in fabric.
Just incredible. I so wanted to touch them!
Luckily this piece "the zone of risk" was very hands on. It was so much fun. All sorts of things happened and sounded depending on what you touched or stepped on.