Around 600 people, young and old, showed up to graphic artist Camille Walala’s first 3D installation and giant spot-the-difference game at NOW Gallery.

The extravagant installation at Greenwich Peninsula is a giant maze full of mirrors, Camille’s iconic tribal pop art style of bold colours and patterns, and giant geometric shapes. It’s designed to be an immersive experience that encourages a "sense of confusion", and childhood excitement.

Walala x Play will occupy the main exhibition area until September 24 as part of the gallery’s summer programme. It’s free entry and open to all ages.

Photographs in this feature by Charles Emerson.

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