Smell Poem

How much are our experience of words altered by scent and environment?

The viewer smells a scent, and then reads an accompanying poem, then the next scent, and the next poem.

The poems were based around air pollution in London and the artificial scents were tobacco and freshly cut grass.

After completing the first cycle, the viewer/smeller re-reads the poem.



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