Five things to do today: 5 October
Edible glow-in-the-dark jelly - Andy Warhol at the Tate Modern - Volcano Boarding - Recession Art Show - Werner Herzog London Film Screenings
Edible glow-in-the-dark jelly
Knocking the age-old image of jelly and ice cream on the head is this art installation by Jellymongers at San Fransisco’s MOMA.
This exhibition (October 1 – January 17) features artists such as Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami and more. Pop Life: Art In A Material World is well worth a visit.
If you’ve racked your brains for the next thrill-seeking task, look no further than Cerro Negro in Nicaragua, a2,400-foot peak that last erupted in 1999. Daredevils can surf its slopes on modified boards for only $30.
Recession Art Show
Proving that art can still survive in an economy like this, the No Money No Problems: A Recession Art Show in Brooklyn, NY exposes emerging contemporary artists at a time when every industry suffers.
Werner Herzog London Film Screenings
Until 1 November, Herzog’s films will be screened at ‘eclectic arts venues, unusual spaces and pop-up cinemas’ across London.