The Saatchi Gallery will host an interactive LEGO installation this Christmas, provided by BRICKLIVE.
BRICKLIVE, the company behind the large LEGO conventions that take place around the UK, is bringing the same LEGO interactivity to the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, London for the festive period.
Campaign Live reports on what the installation will feature:
There will be an interactive “brick-filled experience” across the whole of the top floor of the gallery.
Visitors will be able to take in four zones with themes including Christmas, creative, Minecreaft and galactic. Each area will have a “brick-based interactive activity”.
In the Christmas zone people will be able to help build a three-metre Lego mosaic and guests can buy festive gifts. The creative area will feature a 24-metre graffiti wall to encourage people to “make their mark”.
The Galactic Adventure zone will be a precursor for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest Star Wars movie which is released in December. Visitors will be able to take a look at previous Lego sets and a six-feet long “super star destroyer fleet” that has never been displayed in public.
Those who have visited a BRICKLIVE event will have a good idea of what to expect from the installation, that will run from November 25 until January 7.