An exhibition introducing an old 'new' art form which involves the use of your fifth sense, the sense of smell, is opening this week in Foxton.
An international collaboration between Dutch and New Zealand artists will put a bright spotlight on olfactory art.
Anna Thomas speaks with Arjan van der Boon, Co-Chair of the Oranjehof Dutch Connection museum and co-curator of the exhibition.
The exhibition is called the 'Smells like Roses - Rozengeur' exhibition. It opens in Foxton's Māpuna Kabinet Art Gallery next Saturday and runs through until July.