We weren't entirely sure what to expect from the exhibit beyond colourful glass, but we were totally blown away. The various installations on show were beautiful, featuring all manner of weird and wonderful glass shapes arranged in sprawling, immersive landscapes. As we made our way through the exhibit we encountered boats filled with giant baubles, spiky chandeliers and a huge garden of glass.
We then made our way upstairs to check out an exhibit on the history of tattoos around the world. It turned out to be a pretty long and sprawling history, from islands in the pacific to South American prisons. It was interesting to see the wide range of styles of tattoos, and to learn the myriad spiritual and symbolic reasons that tattoos have been worn throughout history.
Here are some more photos of the exhibits. Both are highly recommended!