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Filled with sounds, smells and interactive installations, the second London Design Biennale offers visitors a sensory exploration of the world, and an antidote to the "island mentality" of Brexit.Barely a few months before Britain leaves the European Union in March 2019, the biennale, whose 2018 theme is "Emotional States," is intended, Turner said, "as a corrective to that island mentality". The exhibition includes installations from 40 countries, from China to Canada and Saudi Arabia, allowing visitors to take the pulse of the world.Nominated this year for the prestigious Turner Prize for contemporary art, the collective trains ordinary people to take pictures and create 3-D models of Yazidi sites that have been destroyed, both as proof of the crimes committed and a way to help reconstruct them.
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