CULPTURES mimicking blood cells and tunnels in the shape of human bones are part of a new exhibition at Central Art Gallery in Ashton, opening this week.
Visitors to Generation AIR will have a multisensory experience, with magical sound and lighting, and opportunities to handle parts of the soft sculptures.
The exhibition is designed to be enjoyed by young children just as much as adults.
Generation AIR has been created by artists Spacecadets, who have delighted audiences all over the country with their other-worldly inflatables.
AIR is one of four inspirational exhibitions touring galleries in the north of England under the name of Generation.
The two-year tour is specially designed to encourage families to visit contemporary art galleries.
The sculptures were inspired by the theme of regeneration inside the human body.
Be among the first to see the exhibition and meet the artist by coming along to the preview on Thursday, April 30 at 4pm.
There is also an event day on May 5, from 11am to 3pm, for pre-schoolers to explore the exhibition through storytelling, dance and puppetry, and another on Friday, May 29.
Find out more about the exhibition at www. generationtour.org.uk.